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Flatiron Wine School, Masterclass with Pax Mahle, 4/17/24

$40.00

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We are excited to welcome Pax Mahle to our mezzanine on Wednesday, April 17 at 6pm. A Flatiron Wines customer favorite, Pax Wine Cellars has been crafting provocative and delicious wines since 2000. 

Pax’s focus has always been on the vineyard, what makes each vineyard unique and how best to emphasize that singularity in the bottle. He was named “Best New Winemaker” by Food & Wine Magazine in June 2005, and has been included in Wine & Spirits Top 100 Wineries for both Pax Wine Cellars and Wind Gap Wines.

Over the years, Pax has mentored many young winemakers, providing them with space and winemaking equipment in his winery for these bootstrap startups to produce their own wines (including Flatiron Wine School recent guest Martha Stoumen). This mentorship has helped young winemakers meet growers to purchase grapes, introductions to distribution networks to sell wine and most importantly the patience to produce a natural product in a style that inspires them and sets them apart.

Today, Pax hopes to inspire people to create and drink wines from organically grown grapes that are produced without unnatural additions and push the conversation forward on freshness and transparency.

Seating is limited. The cost of this seminar is $40 and a $20 credit at the store will be extended to each guest for a future purchase. We hope you can join us Wednesday, April 17 at 6pm on our mezzanine for this very special event.  

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