Join us for our next installment of our wine class series, aptly named Sunday School. Andrey will take on a region or style of wine and go down the proverbial rabbit hole about its historical context and wine making styles.
In August, we are taking on a place that is not incredibly known for great wine but has a wine tradition as old as any country in the new world- The Republic of South Africa. From its beginnings as a Dutch colony in the 16th century, the southernmost reach of the African continent has produced wine all the way through today. We will taste some surprising and very rare wines from some of the most highly acclaimed producers in the country today including Eben Sadie, Savage, and Alheit.
We will also taste some great wine from the northern edge of the continent. Morocco has had a long tradition with wine as well due to its connection with France. Some surprising wines are still being made there today.
$50/guest. Please make reservations online at www.reedsamericantable.com or call 314.899.9821 .
Class– Sunday August 7th @ 3:30pm!