Flight wine bar

A neighborhood wine bar exploring wines from around the world!

Dec
1
6:00 pm18:00

Class 7 - Celebrate With Sparkling Wines

Taste sparkling wines from Jura in France, Malaga in Spain, and Emilia-Romagna in Italy paired with warm spiced olives, cheese, wild mushrooms, and chocolate bon bons. Learn how to pick a great wine for your holiday party.

Classes take place first Monday of every month at 6PM - $35 per class (plus tax and gratuity).  To make a reservation, please email info@flightdc.com or call 202-864-6445 between 5pm and 10pm Monday – Saturday. Advance reservation required.

Format:  Snack on some warm spiced olives and a half pour of sparkling wine while waiting for all guests to arrive. The tasting includes 3 wines (half pours) paired with three bites.  The wines and food will vary each class based on the theme.

Background: The goal of the classes to become comfortable with the vast world of wine, make wine accessible and less complicated. Attendees will learn how to read a wine list and identify the types of wines they like.  These are simply structured classes meant to encourage the exploration of wines.  They will not be technical or very theoretical in nature.

*Wines subject to change based on availability

 


Nov
3
6:00 pm18:00

Class 6 - Tasting, Contrasting, & Comparing New World White Wines

Tasting and comparing new world white wines.

Explore the different kinds of white wines being produced in countries like the US, New Zealand, and South Africa.  These wines are delicious and will make you re-think some of the stereotypes while learning to distinguish characteristics of typical new world wines.

$35 per class (plus tax and gratuity)

To sign up, please call 202-864-6445 or send us an email at info@flightdc.com

Format: each class will start with a sparkling wine and a bite to eat. We will then proceed to a tasting of 3 wines (half pours) paired with three bites.  The wines and food will vary each class based on the theme.

The goal of the classes is to become comfortable with the vast world of wine - learning how to read wine lists, and learning to identify types of wines you like.  As with everything we have done so far, our focus is on continuing to make the world of wine accessible and less complicated.  These are simply structured classes meant to encourage the exploration of wines.  They will not be technical or very theoretical in nature.

Oct
6
6:00 pm18:00

Class 5 - Tasting, Contrasting, and Pairing Chardonnays

Tasting, Contrasting, and Pairing Chardonnays
Discover the varied styles of Chardonnay!  Define your tastes and learn to choose the right wine for you! Identify what you like and don't like. Classes include half pours of three wines and three bites to eat. Email info@flightdc.com to book your seats.

$35 per class (plus tax and gratuity)

To sign up, please call 202-864-6445 or send us an email at info@flightdc.com

Format: each class will start with a sparkling wine and a bite to eat. We will then proceed to a tasting of 3 wines (half pours) paired with three bites.  The wines and food will vary each class based on the theme.

The goal of the classes is to become comfortable with the vast world of wine - learning how to read wine lists, and learning to identify types of wines you like.  As with everything we have done so far, our focus is on continuing to make the world of wine accessible and less complicated.  These are simply structured classes meant to encourage the exploration of wines.  They will not be technical or very theoretical in nature.

Sep
8
6:00 pm18:00

Class 4 - Monday, September 8 - Tasting, Contrasting, and Pairing Sparkling Wines

$35 per class (plus tax and gratuity)

To sign up, please call 202-864-6445 or send us an email at info@flightdc.com

Format: each class will start with a sparkling wine and a bite to eat. We will then proceed to a tasting of 3 wines (half pours) paired with three bites.  The wines and food will vary each class based on the theme.

The goal of the classes is to become comfortable with the vast world of wine - learning how to read wine lists, and learning to identify types of wines you like.  As with everything we have done so far, our focus is on continuing to make the world of wine accessible and less complicated.  These are simply structured classes meant to encourage the exploration of wines.  They will not be technical or very theoretical in nature.

FOURTH CLASS:  Monday, September 8th - Tasting, Contrasting, and Pairing Sparkling Wines

We will pick three wines that will showcase the different kinds of aromas and flavors typically found in sparkling wines.  The focus will be on identifying these flavors and aromas, and guests determining their likes and dislikes.  We will also conduct a general overview on the many grapes used in these wines, and the general processes involved in sparkling wine making.

Jul
7
6:00 pm18:00

Class 3 - Monday, July 7 - Tasting, Contrasting, and Pairing Rosés

$35 per class (plus tax and gratuity)

To sign up, please call 202-864-6445 or send us an email at info@flightdc.com

Format: each class will start with a sparkling wine and a bite to eat. We will then proceed to a tasting of 3 wines (half pours) paired with three bites.  The wines and food will vary each class based on the theme.

The goal of the classes is to become comfortable with the vast world of wine - learning how to read wine lists, and learning to identify types of wines you like.  As with everything we have done so far, our focus is on continuing to make the world of wine accessible and less complicated.  These are simply structured classes meant to encourage the exploration of wines.  They will not be technical or very theoretical in nature.

SECOND CLASS:  Monday, June 16th - Tasting, Contrasting, and Pairing Rosés

We will pick three wines that will showcase the different kinds of aromas and flavors typically found in rosé wines.  The focus will be on identifying these flavors and aromas, and guests determining their likes and dislikes.  We will also conduct a general overview on the many grapes used in these wines, and the general processes involved in rosé wine making that affect aromas and flavors.

Jun
16
6:00 pm18:00

Class 2 - Monday June 16th - Tasting, Contrasting, and Pairing Red Wines

Second Class - Monday, June 16th, 2014

$35 per class (plus tax and gratuity)

To sign up, please call 202-864-6445 or send us an email at info@flightdc.com

Format: each class will start with a sparkling wine and a bite to eat. We will then proceed to a tasting of 3 wines (half pours) paired with three bites.  The wines and food will vary each class based on the theme.

The goal of the classes to become comfortable with the vast world of wine - learning how to read wine lists, and customers learning to identify types of wines they like.  As with everything we have done so far, our focus is on continuing to make the world of wine accessible and less complicated.  These are simply structured classes meant to encourage the exploration of wines.  They will not be technical or very theoretical in nature.

SECOND CLASS:  Monday, June 16th - Tasting, Contrasting, and Pairing Red Wines

We will pick three wines that will showcase the different kinds of aromas and flavors typically found in red wines.  The focus will be on identifying these flavors and aromas, and guests learning what they specifically like and don’t like.  We will also conduct a general overview on the many grapes used in red wines, and the general processes involved in red wine making that affect aromas and flavors.

Jun
2
6:00 pm18:00

Monday Wine Class - Tasting, Contrasting, and Pairing White Wines

Classes will take place every Monday at 6PM

First class on Monday, June 2, 2014

$35 per class (plus tax and gratuity)

To sign up, please call 202-864-6445 or send us an email at info@flightdc.com

Format: each class will start with a sparkling wine and a bite to eat. We will then proceed to a tasting of 3 wines (half pours) paired with three bites.  The wines and food will vary each class based on the theme.

The goal of the classes to become comfortable with the vast world of wine - learning how to read wine lists, and customers learning to identify types of wines they like.  As with everything we have done so far, our focus is on continuing to make the world of wine accessible and less complicated.  These are simply structured classes meant to encourage the exploration of wines.  They will not be technical or very theoretical in nature.

FIRST CLASS:  Monday, June 2nd- Tasting, Contrasting, and Pairing White Wines

We will pick three wines that will showcase the different kinds of aromas and flavors typically found in white wines.  The focus will be on identifying these flavors and aromas, and guests learning what they specifically like and don’t like.   The proposed wines for the class are (final selections will be made the week of the class):  a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, an Austrian Gruner Veltliner, and a California Viognier.  We will also conduct a general overview on the many grapes used in white wines, and the general processes involved in white wine making that affect aromas and flavors.