Members, please  email classes@brooklynwineexchange.com to reserve seats.  
Classes fill up fast, so don't delay!  
****NOTE: We are no longer be accepting reservations for classes over the phone. Reservations to classes will be taken in the order they are received via email only.
Non-members can call BWE to reserve seats on the day of class if still available

Wednesday October 3rd at 7pm (Full. Waitlist Closed)
Scarpetta Wines: A Sommelier's Side of Italy
with Bobby Stuckey 
We are excited to welcome Bobby Stuckey (pictured above), one of the country's most widely-respected sommeliers and restaurateurs, for an evening tasting wines that he produces in collaboration with great winemakers in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Piedmont, Tuscany, and Emilia-Romagna. We will be tasting Lambrusco, Pinot Grigio, Barbera, Friulano, Sangiovese, and Cabernet Franc, and talking food-pairings like crazy.

Thursday October 4th at 7pm (Full. Waitlist Available)
Pinot Noir
with Damien Carney
Pinot Noir is one of the most beguiling and complex grapes on the planet, capable of producing wines in a wide variety of styles. Damien Carney, an old friend of Brooklyn Wine Exchange who works with Martine's Wines, will be here to explain why we wine lovers obsess of Pinot Noir so much, and will pour examples from Burgundy, Oregon, California, Australia, and even some sparkling wine all made from this singular and special grape.

Saturday October 6th at 4pm (Full. Wailtlist Available)
Red Wine Flavors
with Tim Farrell
Ever hear wine people talk about "earthy" or "spicy" wines, with a hint "red fruit" and "floral" notes and not know what the heck they are talking about? Then, this is the perfect class for you. BWE's Tim Farrell will show classic examples of red wines that show particular flavors so you can identify them in the wines you like, and learn how to be describe what you are looking for when you order a glass of wine. 

Thursday October 11th at 7pm (Full. Waitlist Available)
with Philippe Rochez
One of the world's most unique and enigmatic spirits is Chartruese, a herbal liqueur produced by Carthusian monks since the mid 1700s. It has a fascinating history and complex distillation process, and is considered by some to be the only spirit that truly "ages" in the bottle. Philippe Rochez of Chartruese will be here to tell the fabled story of Chartreuse and pour several different examples of it to savor. 

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