Women’s History Month Food & Wine Pairing with H-E-B
Women’s History Month Food & Wine Pairing with H-E-B – Evening 6:30pm Seating
Attendees to this IMBIBE session are going to taste some fabulous wines from female winemakers, paired with some delish bites from Main Streat Food Hall inside the H-E-B Mueller location.
Our host, Kathryne Bosco, WSET II, H-E-B Beer & Wine Manager, wanted to not only feature women winemakers, but specifically – wineries that promote, feature and take pride in the women who represent their brand. Kathryne is going to take us through wines from Willamette Valley-based Westmount – which boasts a female winemaker and female head of sales & education. Anne Sery, Westmount’s winemaker will also join us for the class.
Kathryne will also talk about some great wines under the DeMeine Estates portfolio, including Heitz Cellar and Brendel Wines, some of the most collected wines from Napa and whose winemaker, Brittany Sherwood, is only the third winemaker in 60 years of production and leads winemaking for both brands. Demeine Estates President, Philana Bouvier, is also the co-founder of Be The Change, an advocate for diversity in the wine business and directs all the wineries in the portfolio including Heitz, Brendel, Stony Hill Vineyards, and Burgess Estates (historic Napa legacy estates-all with female winemakers).
Kathryne will pair the wines with some of the fantastic options that Main Streat Food Hall offers. It is sure to be a memorable and delicious experience!
Light bites are provided.
Take your palate on a journey with Kathryne Bosco, WSET II, H-E-B Beer & Wine Manager, who will walk us through what women in wine are doing currently and where they are going. She will talk about the tastemakers and who is leading the charge with some of the cutting-edge brands. Honoring the old, but forging a path for the new.
You will taste through up to 5 women lead wines.
2017 Heitz Cab
2019 Brendel Chardonnay
2020 Westmount Pinot Noir
2020 Westmount Pinot Noir Rosé
Attendees will also enjoy some delightful sample food pairings from the Main Streat Food Hall menu curated by Kathryne.
This is the late seating for this class – 6:30-8:00pm on Wednesday, March 23rd, 2022.
The safety and well-being of our guests, hosts, staff, and the community is of utmost importance. All present guidelines from the City of Austin, Travis County, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will be adhered to at all events.
WFF is continually working to make sure that the IMBIBE series meets or exceeds all current recommended standards.
Please review our Guest Agreement Terms in advance of your ticket purchase. Tickets are non-refundable.
Masks are highly encouraged except when sitting and/ or actively eating.
ABOUT THE IMBIBE SERIES
IMBIBE means to consume or absorb – and that’s exactly what you’ll do in our classes… consume and absorb wine, food, and knowledge.
We host about two IMBIBE classes each month – usually on Wednesdays or Thursdays. These classes are a great way to learn, and engage with other like-minded members of our community. We have a variety of highly knowledgeable professionals who impart great information, and usually a few good laughs, too!
COVID-19 EVENT PROTOCOLS
COVID-19 EVENT PROTOCOLS
The safety of our community is our top priority. The Wine & Food Foundation has been adapting plans based on new and evolving information through the recommendations of Travis County, the state of Texas and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The Wine & Food Foundation has put important measures in place to ensure the health and safety of our attendees during this event.
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