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Flatiron Wine School, What's the Deal with Skin Contact?, 8/5/24

$50.00

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Difficulty level: Deep Dive
What is a skin-contact wine? Is it the same or different from an orange wine? In this class, Ren will dive deep into the types of skin contact wines, their origins and history, and differences in winemaking techniques. Then, she'll pour her favorite skin contact whites for the summer and fall.

Taught by Flatiron's own Ren Peir, this class will begin at 6:00pm on Monday, August 5 and run for approximately 90 minutes. Products tasted in class will be available for purchase with a discount available to attendees only. Seating is limited. 

Meet your instructor

Ren Peir

Ren Peir is a WSET III-certified wine curator and educator with a special interest in building community around wine for queer and trans people of color.

Ren's love of wine developed as a way to bridge the cultural and language gap with her father, and has since developed into a full-blown obsession complete with spreadsheets and graphs. In addition to teaching classes, Ren throws exclusive dinner popups and wine collaboration events all over the city. She loves advocating for wines made from sustainable and mindful farming practices.

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