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Wine and Beer Classes

McCutchen House is your go-to wine and beer education center. Sit back, relax and enjoy exploring wines and beers from regions far and near. Discover how to compliment the flavors of your favorite foods while learning about the art and science behind producing these pallet-pleasing beverages! Our classes are offered through the Culinary and Wine Institute during fall and spring semesters. 

All of our classes are offered at the McCutchen House, located on the historic Horseshoe, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Seats are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.  Most courses cost $35 per person unless otherwise noted. 

 

Spring 2019 Beer and Wine Classes


January 22

Big Red Wines

Compare and contrast the biggest red wines from around the world; paired with hors d'oeuvres. $35.00 per person. 

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February 12

Old World vs. New World

Discover the differences between New World and Old World wines and taste how winemaking practices and regional climate greatly affect wines. Paired with hors d'oeuvres. $35.00 per person. 

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March 5

Wines of the Pacific Coast

Lovely and elegant, pinot noir and chardonnay will be the main focus of our class. Paired with hors d'oeuvres. $35.00 per person. 

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April 9

Wines $20 and Under

Here is proof that you don’t have to spend a lot of money to find a great wine. Join us to determine for yourself which might be your favorite. Paired with hors d'oeuvres. $35.00 per person. 

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Location and Parking

Parking is available in the lot immediately behind the McCutchen House, and can be accessed from Pendleton Street. When traveling East on Pendleton from Assembly, the entrance to the lot is after your second light (at Pendleton and Marion) on your right. Please do not park in reserved or handicapped spaces unless you have the appropriate tag. Look for the black awning with "Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management," and follow the sidewalk to the front of the building and up the staircase.

When parking is not available in the lot, please use metered street parking.