BWS @ Middle Gray | How To Taste Wine And Why! (Class + Dinner)

Here at the Boston Wine School, we are a 100% Wine Snob Free Zone.  We believe that learning about wine involves learning more about yourself.  Our goal is to help you understand and communicate what you are experiencing when you are enjoying a glass of wine. 

How to Taste Wine and Why! is an ideal class for all levels - experienced wine adventurers and those just starting their wine journeys.

The evening begins with a 2 hour class covering the "Big 4" grape varieties and the 4 major wine styles produced all around the world. Appetizers and an assortment of cheeses will be served during class to introduce some of the fundamentals of pairing wine and food.  Class is followed by a delicious dinner from the Middle Gray accompanied by white and red wines.


Sample Menu (Updated)

(Subject to Change)


Italian Sparkling Prosecco | New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc

California Chardonnay | Argentina Rosé of Malbec

French Pinot Noir | Washington Cabernet Sauvignon

Homemade Queso fresco with Jitomate (tomato / ginger) Sauce | Spicy Vegetable Skewer



Lentil Salad | Sauteed Asparagus | Creamy Garlic Potatoes

Mediterranean Meatballs (Beef, couscous and spicy beer mustard) | Ham Picada (Bites of Slow Roasted Ham in Pineapple Sauce)

Santa Ema “Select Terroir” Sauvignon Blanc | Tilia Malbec


Colombian bread pudding pops


PLEASE NOTE: Due to renovations at our Allston location, this class will be taking place at The Middle Gray, 6 Station Street, Brookline Village, 02445.

Homemade Queso fresco with Jitomate (tomato / ginger) Sauce | Spicy Vegetable Skewer