Cheese Shop Evening Classes

CHEESE SHOP IS GIVING NIGHT CLASSES

Become a connoisseur of gourmet food, wine and home entertaining!

6:30pm – 8:00pm

Tickets $40 per class (Purchase all four classes for the value of three – $120)

Inquire with Keir Weinberg at the Deli to reserve your spot*

FALL CLASSES:

Wednesday, September 13: Cheese Tasting with proprietor Peter Lovis

Learn about the cheese-making process as you sample different varieties, and families, of cheese: Alpine, bloomy rind, soft and cave-aged, and the types of milk that make them: cow, sheep, goat.

 

Wednesday, September 20      

Beer, Wine and Mead with beverage director Mike Reilly

This class teaches you our fine selections of wine, beer, cider and meads (what is a mead anyway? You will learn!) Taste the different products and become an afficianado.

 

Wednesday, September 27: Defining Charcuterie with executive chef Justin Kopaz

Understand the process of dry cured meats and the differences between prosciuttos from different European countries. Sample our finest charcuteries and learn how they pair with cheese, wine and gourmet delacacies.

 

Wednesday, October 4: Entertaining at Home with deli manager Keir Weinberg

This class will give you some easy ideas for how to assemble and shop for holiday parties and meals. Simple concepts and menus ideas when you simply don’t have much time to plan and produce. Don’t miss this final class.

*12 spots per class

 

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Wine Tasting: Aaronap Cellars

INNOVATIVE WINES…CRAFTED IN MASSACHUSETTS!
Aaronap Cellars is a micro-winery located in Westford, MA. We focus on producing small volume, innovative, artisanal wines from the best vineyards and orchards in New England and beyond. Winemaker Noel Powell seeks to combine his passions for art and history, a scientific background, and his knowledge of traditional winemaking methods to produce unique wines not found elsewhere in Massachusetts. He guides each batch through the winemaking process by hand using techniques that elevate and enhance the qualities of the fruit to produce innovative artisanal wines.
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Wine Tasting: Mise

“The art and joy of Real Wine. Sustainable, Hand-Crafted & Curated.

Mise is a Massachusetts wine importer and distributor dedicated to real wine; hand-picked selections from producers who craft wines with properly grown grapes using traditional methods and eschewing manipulation. Every case of wine is curated, it will always be shipped via temperature control, and will arrive direct from the grower’s cellar to our warehouse in Newton. Each wine is chosen for Massachusetts, and represents to the end customer the highest ratio of quality to value.”

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Wine Tasting: Masciarelli Wine Co.

Founded in 1987 by Nicola Masciarelli, Masciarelli Wine Co. is “…a family-owned business focused on importing and distributing only the finest quality artisanal limited-production wines…Masciarelli Wine Company strives to deal directly with the winery whenever possible and seek out small estates producing high-quality wines that would be overlooked in larger brand-driven portfolios…”

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Beer Tasting: Element Brewing Co.

Millers Falls, Mass.-based Element Brewing Co. is a fantastic local brewery. As they describe themselves: “…our passion is in the art and science that makes great beer possible…science and art are our inspiration, philosophy and methodology for studying, testing and advancing beer drinkers experience – in the bar and at home.”

 

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Wine Tasting: Mucci Imports

From the website: “Mucci Imports is a young start up whose focus is on the promotion of indigenous Italian varietals from up and down the “boot.” We focus on small, family owned wineries who are dedicated to cultivating grape varietals that have existed since Greek or Roman times. These wineries don’t have vineyards full of international varietals but local grapes unique to their region.”

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