Try Sensory Wine Tasting with MPL and Red Wine & Brew

Public domain image, royalty free stock photo from www.public-domain-image.comBe honest. You wish you knew what tannins were or what people meant when they talked about “dry” wines. (How can a wine be dry? It’s a liquid.)

You don’t need to be a sommelier or anything. You just wish you knew enough about wine to learn about what you like, instead of always taking recommendations from people who sound as if they might know what they’re talking about.

You can learn how to cultivate your own personal taste in wine with our Tasty Tuesday program. We’re having a special Tasty Tuesday at 7 p.m. on May 26 at Red Wine & Brew, which is located at 9620 Old Johnnycake Road in Mentor.

Doniella Winchell from the Ohio Wine Producers Association will lead a discussion on how to taste the different elements in a glass of wine. The program is free if you RSVP by May 19, and you can do so on Mentor Library’s website or by calling 440-255-8811 ext. 216.

The program is free, thanks to the sponsorship of the Friends of the Mentor Public Library.

So come join us, enjoy some wine, and learn what you like.

By the way, it might go without saying, but you need to be 21 or older to participate in this program.

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