Kuhlman Cellars Announces Winter Vine Pruning Class

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Kuhlman Cellars Announces Winter Vine Pruning Class
The event is part of Kuhlman’s Vina Vita University wine education series.

Stonewall, Texas – January 13, 2020 – Kuhlman Cellars will host a Vina Vita Universityvine pruning class on January 26, 2020 from 11 am – 1 pm.  Students will learn about the labor-intensive winegrowing process in both the classroom and the vineyard. Weather-appropriate clothing and walking shoes are recommended for this interactive wine class.

The class is led by Diane Cobb, Kuhlman Cellars Vineyard Manager, as well as Chris Cobb, Kuhlman Cellars co-Founder.

Topics of discussion at this educational event include viticulture terms, annual vine lifecycle, annual vine activity, vine management efforts and goals, and pruning theory. In addition, students will walk the estate vineyard and prune their own vine.  Attendees also enjoy the first tasting of the wines made from the Kuhlman Cellars estate harvest. The tasting will include tank samples of the not-yet-bottled the 2019 Estate White, Estate Roussanne and Estate Rose, as well as a barrel sample of the 2018 Hill Country Red.  These are the first public tasting opportunities for these new wines.

Tickets are $40 per guest or $30 for Vina Vita Wine Club Members. To purchase tickets, click here.

 

What is Vina Vita University? 

Vina Vita University is Kuhlman Cellars’ educational series, which aims to help wine club members and wine enthusiasts gain an understanding of the rich and complex topic that is wine and winemaking through educational classes. Classes are approachable, hands-on, and tons of fun. For more information on upcoming events, visit http://www.kuhlmancellars.com/Club/Vina-Vita-University.

About Kuhlman Cellars 

Kuhlman Cellars believes wine promotes an appreciation of life’s journey. Lifelong wine lovers Chris and Jennifer Cobb founded an estate vineyard to produce terroir-driven wines of the highest quality. French winemaker and Texas wine pioneer Bénédicte Rhyne soon joined the team and they co-founded the winery to craft wine representative of Old World winemaking principles and Kuhlman Cellars opened to the public in 2014. Located in the heart of the Texas wine country, Kuhlman Cellars welcomes visitors at its tasting room on the famed Hwy 290 Wine Trail between Fredericksburg and Johnson City for signature food and wine pairings. For more information and to purchase wines online, visit www.kuhlmancellars.com.

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