You could pay a fortune to see one of Mark Oldman’s famous, “five-star” (Food & Wine) “wildly popular” (Aspen magazine) live seminars at the nation’s top food festivals or you can take a Bevinar for a fraction of the cost and from the comfort of your own living room. In his trademark style that Bon Appétit calls “winespeak without the geek,” award-winning author and renowned speaker Mark Oldman transports you to four of the world’s iconic wine regions: Tuscany, Piedmont, Oregon, and Washington State.
SECRETS OF OREGON CLASS
Despite its drenching rain, consistent cloud cover, and occasional frost, Oregon has established itself as one of the world’s great sites for wine, and especially for early-ripening varieties such as Pinot Noir. In fact, Oregon, and particularly its celebrated Williamette Valley, is the only major region outside of Burgundy that specializes in this grape.
We will closely examine Oregon’s elegant, fine-boned Pinot Noir and differentiate it from other manifestations of the variety around the world. We will also consider Oregon Pinot Gris, a uniquely refreshing white wine that deserves more attention, and we will also some of the most compelling lesser-known grapes flourishing in this land of verdant hills and family-owned wineries. And we will cover tasting techniques, decoding the label, agebility, food pairings (including the region’s justly famous salmon), and more.
Moreover, if you’ve ever been to one of Mark’s presentations, you know that he fills them with his trademark “nuggets” of useful insider information that you won’t find anywhere else.
The cost of the class is $55 per household, and if you want to taste along with Mark, an optional 3-bottle Bevinars wine kit is available to purchase at Wine.com.
You are encouraged — but not required — to taste along with Mark. If you wish to buy the accompanying Wine.com wine kit, please do so here soon as possible after you register below.
The featured wines are:
- Pinot Gris from Oregon
- Lighter Pinot Noir from Oregon
- Richer Pinot Noir from Oregon
The specific selection of wine, and its vintage, can vary depending on your location, but all bottles have been personally approved by Mark for their deliciousness and typicity.
Registrants will be emailed reminders, food pairing suggestions, and the Zoom link prior to the class. The class fee is non-refundable.
FOUR-WEEK COURSE: The Secrets of Oregon class is part of the four-week Secrets of Iconic Regions 2 (Jan-Feb) course. Register below for the full course (4 classes) and receive a 20% discount on the course fee plus a FREE GIFT (see below). The cost for four classes is $176 per household.
Miss a Class, No Problem: Full course participants may access video recordings of the entire course for eight weeks after the course ends, ideal for those who miss a class or want to watch again.
Free Gift: Purchasers of the full course will be mailed a coveted, limited-edition Bevinars matchbook. Professionally designed and custom-made for Bevinars in Germany, this little gem is the world’s first matchbook designed specifically for wine lovers, with each individual match stem printed with a wine bottle type.
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