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NOVEMBER EVENT- Joint event with Chadds Ford Business Association
November 16, 2022 @ 6:15 PM$40.00
Join us for our November Event.
This month we are hosting a joint event with The Chadds Ford Business Association. Meet new people and expand your business contacts.
6:15PM – Michael Majeski of Brandywine Prime will be presenting a class on wine. Wine Class starts upstairs at 6:15 pm sharp. please be on time so you don’t interrupt our presenter. Skip the bar, go directly upstairs. (Read details below)
7:00 PM – Sit Down Dinner at 7:00 pm
Members and their guests $40 per person, Non-Members $40 per person
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A message from our presenter, Michael Majewski…….
Tonight’s event is a wine class hosted by Brandywine Prime sommelier and Owner, Michael Majewski. This is a classroom setting, so being prompt is important. Different than your usual setup, I would suggest skipping the mingling in the bar beforehand, as in my experience the class does not work well with people that already have a drink or two in them. We will have tables of 5 or 6 and we will do three wines for the class. The class part will take about 30-45 minutes and I do take questions as I go. I will have my staff take an order for dinner before we start, but we will not serve dinner until I am finished. There will be cheese and bread on each table to start. Your usual per person cost will cover the dinner. BPA & CFBA will cover the additional cost of the wine.
Michael Majewski got his start in wine in the early 90’s at Griglia Toscana as apprentice to Italian wine expert Frank Splan. As Frank’s co-pilot, Michael traveled extensively in Italy, France and Germany, visiting the small, artisan farmers and wine makers that rarely leave the ranch. Michael continued his study with classes at the Culinary Institute of America and more travel, visiting California and Oregon. The writings of Matt Kramer and Greg Moore have heavily influenced his approach to wine and understanding of the “sense of place” that is the grape grower’s Holy Grail. Michael continues his study in the wine country of southeastern Pennsylvania, knowing that no one truly becomes an expert on wine.