Presented by Sacramento Home Winemakers
2021 Winemaking 201
This three hour workshop is limited to intermediate and advanced home winemaking members who have had at least three harvests of experience making wine. Award winning experienced SHW members will participate in a moderated panel and share their experiences and their journeys making home wine. Panels will consist of one panel of 3 experienced members addressing issues and considerations that arise prior to fermentation, and a second panel addressing post fermentation concerns.
Saturday – November 13, 2021
8 AM – 11 am, with optional wine tasting afterwards
Location: Baker Family Wines 2568 Industrial Boulevard, #120 West Sacramento, CA 95691
$10 per person – includes wine tasting afterwards. You must be a current member of SHW to participate. If you wish to join at the year-end rate of $10.00, and attend, please register. Registration and payment is on-line (Register Now button is below). Note that you do not need to be a PayPal member to pay for your registration on-line but can pay as a guest. Registration ends November 8, 2021.
Please fill out the Registration form completely as this data will help us fine tune the program to the needs of all participants. You will receive an email confirming your registration with a copy of your form. Further information about the workshop will follow, as we get closer to the date. If you do not receive a confirmation email, please contact Donna Bettencourt at email@example.com
Questions? Contact WM 201 Coordinator Donna Bettencourt at 916-548-3199 or firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about Winemaking 201
Purpose: The purpose of this class is to provide intermediate winemakers the opportunity to learn more advanced wine making techniques and allow them to develop their wine making styles. As experienced winemakers you have learned by now that there is more than one way to make excellent wine. You may receive differing answers to your questions… winemaking is an art and a science. The moderator will make sure that each panelists explains how they came to their answers.
Format: The class participants are winemakers who have made wine for three or more years. The class is comprised of two panels based on different subject areas and time frames. Each panel has three experienced home winemakers who have received many high awards for their wines. The moderator will introduce the topic, pose questions to the panel members, field questions from the class members, as appropriate, and pose additional questions as needed, and keep the panels on schedule.
Please register now – space is limited
NOTE: SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO COVID-19 AND FEDERAL, STATE & LOCAL GUIDELINES