|Triangle Chapter, American Wine Society
Serving Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill, NC, and Vicinity
Holy Terror Batman! No, Robin, the word is, "Terroir."
The Triangle Chapter of the American Wine Society Presents
"Terroir - What is it and Does it Really Matter?"
February 10, 2019
Home of Isaac and Melissa Porter
Presenters: Isaac and Melissa
Terroir is that mysterious element we hear so much about but understand so little. Now, the Triangle AWS Chapter offers an extraordinary wine tasting event that will allow members to "tastefully" explore exactly what terroir means to the wine consumer and to the winemaker.
Did you know that, over the centuries, winemakers developed the concept of terroir by observing the differences in wines from different regions, vineyards, and even different sections of the same vineyard? The winemakers began to crystallize the concept of terroir as a way of describing the unique aspects of a place that influence and shape the wine made from it. Join the AWS in a unique wine tasting event that will answer the age-old questions:
Please bring your favorite go to dish for a backyard BBQ or a bottle of wine to share after the tasting. Remember to label your dish if it contains any of the following ingredients: anchovies, coconut, mustard, cheese, garlic, onions, or gluten.
Registration OPENS: January 21 (do not send in your reservation before this date, please!)
Registration Deadline: February 1
Seating Limit: 26
Registration: Mail your check for $15 per person payable to "Triangle Chapter AWS" to:
8701 Mourning Dove Rd
Raleigh, NC 27615
We look forward to seeing you there!
American Wine Society, Triangle Chapter
Lisa Tillis, Secretary