2019 CHEESE CLASSES
We love to talk cheese almost as much as we like to eat it. Maybe it’s just us, but the whole cheese-making process, and the stories behind the makers, is udderly (sorry) fascinating. The theme changes from month to month, but most classes feature about 5 cheeses paired with one wine (or beer, or honey, or...you get the idea).
Please read our Cancellation Policy & Seating Request Policy at the bottom of this page before making your purchase.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th @ 6:30PM - SOLD OUT
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th @ 6:30PM - SOLD OUT
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th @ 6:30PM - Added 9/6!
Join us in September for a stroll through the Loire Valley of central France. Arguably one of the world’s top goat’s milk producing regions and also the home to the beloved Sauvignon Blanc grape, which will naturally be our wine pairing for the evening. This class is always a challenge for us because there are SO many incredible cheeses to choose from that it’s difficult for us to narrow it down to just five! So if you are a lover of small, soft ripened goat’s milk cheeses and crisp white wine, then be sure to join us on what will undoubtedly be a beautiful September summer evening!
*If you’d like to be on our wait list, please email Pilar with your name, phone number and number of people and she will contact you if any seats become available. Thank you!
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15th @ 6:30PM
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16th @ 6:30PM
For the month of October we thought we’d celebrate two countries that are oft overlooked when it comes to cheese. To be frank, we haven’t really been able to source many artisan cheeses from either country until recently and even now they are limited. However, the ones that are making it across the pond are turning out to be quite delicious so we thought it was time to give them a turn in the spotlight. Not surprisingly, many are Alpine in style (think Gruyere or Appenzeller from Swizterland) since most of the artisan cheeses being made in each country come from the Bavarian or Austrian Alps. However, there will be a few surprises in there as well! We’ll be pairing with a delicious Gruner Veltliner from Austria and hope to see you there!
Tuesday, November 12th @ 6:30PM
Wednesday, November 13th @ 6:30PM
Northern France…the land of cream & butter. With one of longest histories of dairy farming and cheese making, dating back to the 10th century, Normandy leads France in cheese production. This month, we'll be zeroing in on the delicious cheeses from the Northern regions of France, including Normandy. And since they don’t really grow grapes in this part of France (mostly apples for which are used to make delicious apple sparkling cider), we’ll be serving a red wine from Burgundy to pair along with these fine cheeses. We hope you can join us as we usher in the holiday season!
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Cheese Class Cancellation Policy
Cancellations received within 48 hours of the class date and time for which the ticket was purchased will be fully refunded unless otherwise noted on our website or upon purchase in store or on the phone. However, we are not able to give credits or refunds for cancellations that are less than 48 hours before the class date and start time.
We will always try to call anyone on our waitlist and if we are able to fill your seats then we will happily issue a refund, but this is not always possible.
We appreciate your understanding since oftentimes people on the waitlist cannot take seats on such short notice so those are seats that someone else could have purchased.
Cheese Class Seating Policy
Tickets purchased together will always be seated together. If you purchase a ticket(s) for the class and would like to sit with other attendees who purchased tickets separately, we must be notified 24 hours before the class in order to accommodate the request. Seating requests made upon arrival to the class are very difficult for us to manage since we have limited space and therefore have pre-arranged seating.