May 23, 2019 6pm

While Sicily is growing in its reputation in the wine world, it is not as commonly talked about as regions like Tuscany or Piedmont... but it definitely should be! White wines refresh with a beachy salinity, rosés shimmer with elegance and red wines possess an unmistakeable volcanic minerality thanks to the lower slopes of Mount Etna. Learn about Sicily's indigenous varietals and why the island's terroir makes them so special; join as we taste seven beautiful indigenous white, rosé and red wines born on the southern Italian island.

Reminder: Our classes start promptly at their advertised time. If you arrive late we'll do our best to accommodate you, but we cannot guarantee that you will be served all of the wines.


About the instructor:

Jenna Murray is a server and sommelier at L’oca D’Oro, an award-winning Italian restaurant in the Mueller neighborhood. She is also the Lead Wine Educator, leading tasting exercises and educating staff mainly on Italian and Mediterranean varietals. She passed her Introductory Sommelier exam via the Court of Master Sommeliers at the beginning of this year after receiving a scholarship from The Wine and Food Foundation of Texas. She loves Sicilian varietals and thinks wine is first and foremost meant to be shared.