Curio Wine School: Wines of Independence – The United States & France

Vive la Vin Révolution! Celebrate the Independence Days of both the United States and France with a special Curio Wine School class that dives into these winemaking giants’ unique approaches to the same wine styles! We’ll be comparing Bordeaux blends, Pinot Noir, and Chardonnay from both countries, offering you a unique opportunity to explore their distinct characteristics.

Featured Wines:

  • Bordeaux blends: A French St. Emilion Grand Cru and Barboursville’s Octagon from Virginia
  • Pinot Noir: Joseph Drouhin Bourgogne from Burgundy, France and Pike Road Pinot Noir from Willamette Valley, Oregon
  • Chardonnay: Louis Moreau Petit Chablis from Burgundy, France and St. Francis from Sonoma County, California

Tickets are limited and the last Curio Wine School class sold out, so reserve your spot today!

Included with your ticket:

  1. Seated wine class in the cool Curio Wine Cellar with Johnny Puckett, Curio & Rogers Ford Farm Winery owner and winemaker (WSET2).
  2. Guided tasting of six wines.
  3. Small plate of artisanal cheese and bread to accompany your tasting
  4. Discounts on bottle purchases of all wines tasted

Curio wines classes are designed for everyone, whether you are new to the world of wine or a wine expert. We will explore and discover new aspects of wine together. Classes are held in the Curio Wine Bar’s Wine Cellar, which is accessed down a flight of stairs. Everyone attending need to be 21 and over (this also pertains to infants and children). Wine club members save 15% – email us at for the promo code or check out the club Facebook group for more info.