Dr. Vino live!

I want to meet YOU! I hope you can join me this Thursday at Bar Carrera for some tapas and vino. Some people who took my wine classes at NYU last year will be there too so drop by, say hi, and meet some fellow wine enthusiasts.

Bar Carrera
175 2nd Ave @ 11th St
6:30 PM start
Review here
Map here
Let me know if you think you might be able to drop by!

If just hanging out and eating tapas is not enough Dr. Vino for your taste, or if you demand more structured Dr. Vino sighting opportunities, check out one of my classes at NYU. We’ll be looking at the exciting regions of the Pacific NW, Napa/Sonoma, Argentina, the Loire and Bordeaux. We will focus on the hot-button issue of how producers blend innovation and tradition in their winemaking. I’ll pour at least five wines in every class from the region we’re discussing that day. Some will be organic, some will be conventional, and some will be biodynamic (eegads). By the end, you’ll be able to identify wine made with oak chips versus oak casks from 50 paces. OK maybe 49. Sign up–it will be fun!

Blending Innovation and Tradition, 5 weeks, Sep 21 – Oct 19

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2 Responses to “Dr. Vino live!”


  1. T’would be fun, except that I’m presently in Chicago. Might drop by New York in late October (19th-22nd) though.

    What’re the chances of you heading to the Midwest some time though?


  2. Thanks for the interest Salil! We had a good time at Bar Carerra. Maybe we’ll try it again next month…
    Cheers,


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