Taste and discuss the Italian ‘Wines of Romeo & Juliet’ at The Cooperage in Honesdale on Feb. 2
From a press release:
The tragic tale of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet takes place in the diverse Italian wine region known as the Veneto. The husband and wife team of David Falchek, executive director of the American Wine Society, and Rosemary Gownley, senior food scientist for J&J Snack Foods, will survey the diverse wines of the Veneto region, which produces a dazzling array of wines ranging from the bubbly Prosecco and crisp Soave to brooding reds such as Amarone.
Falchek will also discuss how the Cooperage community can form an American Wine Society chapter to continue their exploration of wine. The American Wine Society, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, is the oldest and largest organization of wine consumers in the nation, dedicated to promoting wine appreciation through education. The national office of the American Wine Society recently moved to Scranton.
Admission is a suggested donation of $10 per person.
The Cooperage (1030 Main St., Honesdale) is operated by The Cooperage Project, a nonprofit organization whose objective is to cultivate social awareness and foster civic engagement in Honesdale through a wide range of activities and events in order to build a strong and vibrant community.