‘The Ultimate Wine Crash Course: History, Science, & Expert Tips’ Webinar

Where did wine originate from? How long does an open bottle of wine last? Will you get evil stares from across the room if you add ice cubes to your glass? While some people spend their lives trying to understand everything there is to know about wine, one NYC-based sommelier is ready to give you a crash course on the basics so you can be the confident wine drinker you were destined to be.

Join New York Adventure Club as we embark on a virtual wine-filled journey to get the 101 on foundational wine topics and lifehacks, all while sipping your favorite wine from the comfort of your living room.

Led by Sommelier Amy Karasavas, our virtual wine tutorial and tasting will include:

  • An overview of how to see, smell, and taste wine using a modified sommelier tasting grid
  • An examination of the history of wine and its significance within many cultures throughout the world
  • An explanation of viticulture and viniculture techniques that influence wine
  • Tips and tricks for buying wine
  • Interactive trivia questions and discussion topics geared for wine lovers

Amy has traveled the world studying different styles of wine, and is ready to answer any and all questions about this storied refreshment! And as a bonus, expect a cameo from Amy’s dog, Porthos!

Let’s come together virtually to drink, learn, chat, and laugh — cheers!

See you there, virtually!

*Once registered, you will receive a separate, automated email containing the link to join this webinar

**For the best possible viewing experience, please ensure you’re using the latest version of your internet browser — Google Chrome is the most compatible. Exact technical requirements and a webinar user guide will be shared in the automated confirmation email upon registration.

***A full replay will be available after the experience for all registered guests

About Amy

Amy Karasavas received her sommelier certification from the Sommelier Society of America. She is continuing her studies with the Wine & Spirit Education Trust in 2020. She has traveled some of the world’s most famous wine regions, including Napa and Sonoma, Burgundy, Bordeaux, the Loire Valley, Portugal’s Duoro Valley, Chile’s Maipo Valley, Tuscany, the Finger Lakes, and Long Island’s North Fork. You can find her on Instagram @thatpourwoman

Testimonials

“Amy was super. Very, knowledgable, interesting and an overall excellent speaker.” -Michael

“Informative and interactive. Amy is a great resource of info!” -Catelin

“She was knowledgeable, easy to understand, well paced” -Christina

“Amy was so engaging and the opportunity to ask questions and otherwise chat helped to make it much more interactive. I would repeat this webinar for sure!” -Stacy

“Fun and educational. Amy was great at explaining wine in a way that is easy to understand without feeling like she’s talking down to you.” -Joanna

“Slides were great, information was easy to understand and not too wordy. Amy was a great webinar host!” -Anthony

“The subject matter! 🙂 Seriously, though, besides general interest in wines, I’ve had the pleasure of attending another seminar led by Amy, and I knew that this event is going to be wonderful and interesting. She is an excellent speaker.” -Marina

“The content was the right blend of history, science and practical advice. I learned a few things and had fun.” -Penny

“Easy to understand information given in a short amount of time.” -Jessica

“It was very accessible and comprehensive.” -Sarah

“Learned so much, maybe most importantly not to be fearful about wine appreciation, as it is a subjective individual experience.” -Marcelle

“I learned so much from her; well-structured session” -Diane

“It was a good compilation of different aspects of the wine and wine drinking. Lots of useful tips.” -Paula











When: Tue., Nov. 24, 2020 at 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Where did wine originate from? How long does an open bottle of wine last? Will you get evil stares from across the room if you add ice cubes to your glass? While some people spend their lives trying to understand everything there is to know about wine, one NYC-based sommelier is ready to give you a crash course on the basics so you can be the confident wine drinker you were destined to be.

Join New York Adventure Club as we embark on a virtual wine-filled journey to get the 101 on foundational wine topics and lifehacks, all while sipping your favorite wine from the comfort of your living room.

Led by Sommelier Amy Karasavas, our virtual wine tutorial and tasting will include:

  • An overview of how to see, smell, and taste wine using a modified sommelier tasting grid
  • An examination of the history of wine and its significance within many cultures throughout the world
  • An explanation of viticulture and viniculture techniques that influence wine
  • Tips and tricks for buying wine
  • Interactive trivia questions and discussion topics geared for wine lovers

Amy has traveled the world studying different styles of wine, and is ready to answer any and all questions about this storied refreshment! And as a bonus, expect a cameo from Amy’s dog, Porthos!

Let’s come together virtually to drink, learn, chat, and laugh — cheers!

See you there, virtually!

*Once registered, you will receive a separate, automated email containing the link to join this webinar

**For the best possible viewing experience, please ensure you’re using the latest version of your internet browser — Google Chrome is the most compatible. Exact technical requirements and a webinar user guide will be shared in the automated confirmation email upon registration.

***A full replay will be available after the experience for all registered guests

About Amy

Amy Karasavas received her sommelier certification from the Sommelier Society of America. She is continuing her studies with the Wine & Spirit Education Trust in 2020. She has traveled some of the world’s most famous wine regions, including Napa and Sonoma, Burgundy, Bordeaux, the Loire Valley, Portugal’s Duoro Valley, Chile’s Maipo Valley, Tuscany, the Finger Lakes, and Long Island’s North Fork. You can find her on Instagram @thatpourwoman

Testimonials

“Amy was super. Very, knowledgable, interesting and an overall excellent speaker.” -Michael

“Informative and interactive. Amy is a great resource of info!” -Catelin

“She was knowledgeable, easy to understand, well paced” -Christina

“Amy was so engaging and the opportunity to ask questions and otherwise chat helped to make it much more interactive. I would repeat this webinar for sure!” -Stacy

“Fun and educational. Amy was great at explaining wine in a way that is easy to understand without feeling like she’s talking down to you.” -Joanna

“Slides were great, information was easy to understand and not too wordy. Amy was a great webinar host!” -Anthony

“The subject matter! 🙂 Seriously, though, besides general interest in wines, I’ve had the pleasure of attending another seminar led by Amy, and I knew that this event is going to be wonderful and interesting. She is an excellent speaker.” -Marina

“The content was the right blend of history, science and practical advice. I learned a few things and had fun.” -Penny

“Easy to understand information given in a short amount of time.” -Jessica

“It was very accessible and comprehensive.” -Sarah

“Learned so much, maybe most importantly not to be fearful about wine appreciation, as it is a subjective individual experience.” -Marcelle

“I learned so much from her; well-structured session” -Diane

“It was a good compilation of different aspects of the wine and wine drinking. Lots of useful tips.” -Paula

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