Classes

2021 Schedule (Jan/Feb/Mar Sat Class)

                1st Day: Primary Ferm.                  Sat, Jan 2, 2021

                2nd Day: Secondary Ferm.          Sat, Jan 16, 2021

 3rd Day: Fining                               Sat, Jan 30, 2021

4th Day: Polishing                          Sat, Feb 13, 2021

5th Day: Bottling                            Sat, Feb 27, 2021

Class begins 10 am--Sun Class Jan 3, 17, 31, Feb 28, Mar 7

Jan 3, 17, 31, Feb 28, Mar 7, 2021 Classes Sold Out--Sorry

Next classes begin Mar 13/14, 2021; May 29/30, 2021;

Aug 21/22, 2021; Oct 23/24, 2021

All Classes meet every other week for 5 sessions over 9 weeks

Reserve your slot by clicking on link or by calling

Introduction to Making Your WIne, Your Way

This beginner level class provides a hands on introduction to home winemaking with some perspectives on the history, geography, biology, chemistry and psychology of wine. Total cost is $380.  The total cost is for two students teamed together to produce wine at the winery.  Additional participants can join as observers for $25 per person for up to 6 observers. The class, start to finish is nine weeks with a maximum of 15 hours of student-instructor contact time at the winery. You will select a varietal white or red wine juice and over 9 weeks, you will convert your juice into wine.  You will make 30 +/- bottles of wine that you take home. You will enjoy two varieties of wine at each class.  At the completion of this class, you will have the knowledge and confidence to continue making your own wine in the convenience of your home or here at the winery.  At the end of this class, all students (not including observers) will qualify for student discounts for six months on all products that you desire to purchase from the Bacchus Winery retail area including juice kits, wine making hardware, and other items.  Non-refundable deposit holds your space in class.

Watch for additional classes being scheduled at this time--Hard Cider & Wine Blending coming soon.

Don't forget on site wine/cider/beer making as an option-it is easy and very cost effective.