Taste and Toast: Wine & Chocolate... A Love Match!

Taste and Toast: Wine & Chocolate... A Love Match!

With Marianne Frantz · in English

Wednesday, February 12 at 7:00 p.m.
810 N. Dearborn St

This event is sold out, but please feel free to register for our next tasting here! 

With Marianne Frantz, Founder and President of the American Wine School. 

Pairing wine and chocolate is a pretty appealing proposition.  After all, wine and chocolate are much beloved. They are great for the holidays and have a certain romantic je ne sais quoi!  So with all of that in common, wine and chocolate should be a match made in heaven.  But are they?  

Test your wine pairing skills by joining us for a look into what makes certain wine and chocolate pairings work or not work…and learn how to make your next wine and chocolate pairing perfect!

For more information on the Taste and Toast Series:

-Blind Tasting Challenge: Wine Jargon https://www.af-chicago.org/event/Me05Jfj9


Meet your sommelier:

One of the nation’s top wine educators, Marianne Frantz is committed to making wine more approachable and appealing to everyone - from first-time sippers to aspiring experts. Whether teaching classes, speaking to large audiences or connecting through social media channels, Marianne's unique approach to wine makes learning easy and fun.
Marianne is founder and president of American Wine School. Since 2001, more than 10,000 students have taken classes at the American Wine School ranging from the popular Wine 101 to advanced certificates offered through the school's partnership with the Wine & Spirit Education Trust of London.  American Wine School classes are offered in Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago, Pittsburgh and Sterling, Va. The American Wine School also sponsors tastings, events and seminars. Click to find out more about American Wine School


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