Sunday’s Class: Sparkling Wine Styles with Tony!

What’s the difference between Prosecco and Cava? Why aren’t all bubbles called ‘Champagne’? How do the bubbles even get in there?

Join Tony this Sunday at 5:30 pm CST for a deep dive into all things sparkling wine. He’ll cover the basics: the surprisingly laborious methods that go in to making sparkling wines, what grapes they use, and how to pair them with food to maximize your dining experience.

Tony is a Certified Sommelier who previously worked in the Clarksville area at Austin’s prolific steakhouse, Jeffrey’s. A true hospitality professional, you won’t find a more kind-hearted expert. His copious experience in the industry (he’s also a published wine writer) have taught him that humility is essential.

Whether you’re holed up this quarantine with a bottle of vintage Champagne or simply enjoying some lightly fizzy Prosecco, we hope you’ll spend your Sunday Funday with us in what will undoubtedly be an effervescent class.

To reserve a seat in Tony’s class May 3rd at 5:30 p.m. CST, please fill out the form below. We keep our classes at an intimate size so that everyone has a chance to participate in the on-going conversation that is wine.

Attend Tony’s Class

The Stay-at-Home Somm is a donation-based project that supports displaced wine professionals that have been deeply impacted by Covid-19. To reserve your space, we ask for a $25 donation. Unless otherwise noted, 90% of all donations will directly support your teacher, while the remaining 10% is distributed to another unemployed service industry worker in need.

Once you have submitted your reservation, you should receive a confirmation email within 24 hours. If you do not receive this email, please reach out to thestayathomesommclass@gmail.com

We Will See You Soon!

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