Scottsdale wine gallery unveils ‘Sip & Learn’ workshops

Peggy Fiandaca, left, and Curt Dunham present a Sip & Learn Workshop Series. (Submitted photo)

Peggy Fiandaca, co-owner of Lawrence Dunham Vineyards, Winery and the new Downtown Scottsdale Wine Gallery and co-owner, winemaker and grower Curt Dunham will present a Sip & Learn Workshop Series at the LDV Wine Gallery, which recently opened in Downtown Scottsdale.

There are four educational classes remaining in the series: “Syrah & Petite Sirah: What’s the Difference?,” on March 18; “All About Terroir,” which appropriately takes place on Earth Day, April 22; “Discovering the Nuances of Viognier” on May 20; and “The Art of Wine Blending” on June 24.

Each class runs 6:30-8 p.m., during which time guests can enjoy wine tastings equivalent of about two glasses along with small bites correlating with the theme of the class and any materials necessary for the class.

Cost is $35 each or $65 per couple.

Additional wine can be purchased by the glass or bottle during the course. Space for each class is limited so reservations are required.

Cancellations must be made at least 48 hours before the class to receive a refund via PayPal.

The Lawrence Dunham Vineyards Wine Gallery, located in a traditional Scottsdale ranch style house that has been redeveloped into a tasting room, wine shop and gallery, can hold approximately 50 guests and features 100-percent estate grown and produced wines from Lawrence Dunham Vineyards.

The gallery is located at 6951 E. 1st Street, Scottsdale.

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