• W.I.N.O. Hours

    January 5th, 2015

    Sunday – Tuesday 2 pm to 10 pm

    Weds – Saturday 2 pm to midnight


    September 9th, 2014

    Every Thursday 6pm to 7:30pm
    Just come on in!

  • September 5th, 2014

Upcoming Events

  • Wines of Italy – $40

    February 23rd, 2015

    Ahh, some of our favorite wines! From Barolo in the north to Chianti in the middle with stops for Aglianico and Greco di Tufo, we will explore all the country’s major wine growing regions, from the Alps down to Sicily.  The Whites, the Reds, and some sparkling, too! This was the most requested class from our boot camp series.  This class includes a free wine map of Italy a $25 value.

  • French Wine Scholar Class

    April 27th, 2015

    This course is the highest complete level of French Wine Studies for wine professionals and French wine enthusiasts who want to immerse themselves in French wine. It is endorsed by the Wines of France, the French wine office, and by the US wine industry.


    This program offers a comprehensive study of the wines of France with a focus on historical development and terroir. The appellations of eight major French winegrowing regions will be explored with reference to climate, soil, grape variety, viticultural and winemaking techniques. Students will gain an understanding of the importance of French wine in relation to food with reference to both classic and contempory pairings. The correct service & storage of different French wines will also be discussed. Each class is enhanced with an extensive tasting of French wines that correspond to the region from that evenings class. This program is offered in conjunction with the French Wine Society. A student who successfully passes the final exam may use the designation ‘French Wine Scholar’ and post-nominal, FWS.


    Fees – $450

    The class will run Monday Evenings from 6:30 pm to 8:30pm

    Space is limited for these classes, Deadline to enroll is April 15th– call 504-324-8000
  • Cabernet Sauvignon $40

    March 3rd, 2015

    The”Big Daddy” of Napa, and Bordeaux.  Plus Argentina and Australia both of which are putting out some “killer” Cab.  We will examine the difference between the traditional vs. hi tech style of winemaking with this grape, as well as examining the winemaking rules of the most highly stratified regions of Bordeaux.