Terroir: The Ecology of Wine
Wine carries the flavor of the land where its grapes are grown— something the French call terroir. Regions where the same grape varieties grow differ in terms of climate and soil composition. This is partly why Chardonnay wines made in California will taste drastically different from those made in France, even though they are sourced from the same grape variety. Discuss terroir with botanist and oenophile Tremeur Arbor, while sipping samples on the deck of our newly opened Edible Academy overlooking the Thain Family Forest and the Bronx River. Tremeur will pour different wines at each session and demonstrate the basics of wine tasting. No wine experience necessary! 21+
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