Date(s) - 08/04/18
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Jet Wine Bar Lounge
Join Nick in the lounge for this series that highlights the differences between Old World and New World wines. “Old World” doesn’t mean stuffy, but refers to the classic wine-growing regions of Europe, like France, Spain, and Italy. “New World” refers to younger wine-growing regions outside Europe, including the United States, South America, South Africa, and Australia.
This tasting will compare wines from France (Old World) with counterparts from South Africa (New World)
What really makes these wines different from each other – even when the same grapes varieties are used – are their varying climates and production styles. The best way to understand this difference is to taste them side by side, and that’s just what we’ll do! As a bonus, we’ll have a light food-pairing for each set.
We will be tasting 6 wines in total, side by side and you get to be the judge as we decide the winner of Old World v. New World.
Seating is limited
*You must be 21 or over to participate