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Union Square | Regional Profile: Campania

13 E. 13th Street, New York 10003

Campania is the region which forms the "shin" in Italy's boot. This often overlooked region nestled outside of Naples and in the foothills of Mount Vesuvius has a history of wine production dating to before the Romans, and a diverse and intriguing variety of modern wines made from ancient grapes. In fact, many of these indigenous grape's heritage dates back to Greek & Roman times. While vacationing in Naples, in Ischia, or on the island of Capri, you'll be enjoying these local wines with the rich bounty of Campanian cuisine. Get a head start on your next wine trip with this class; we'll cover the history of this region, geology and climate, appellations, grapes and wine-making practices, and food pairings. We'll taste 6 expressions of Campanian wines with cheese.

Please note: Guests must show proof of TWO DOSES (except for J&J) vaccination via vaccine card or NYC Excelsior Pass PLUS to attend class or access any indoor spaces.

Join us at the bar for a glass of wine after class and receive 10% off your check that day.

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