What is Wine?
What a question. To quote the great wine writer Jancis Robinson, “Wine is quite simply the most delicious, most varied, and most complex drink on the planet.”
Wine is part of our everyday life. It's served with dinner, it participates in business meetings, it's paired with Friday, but mostly, it's enjoyed all over the world. It's like an international language - one that many of us don't understand.
We get it, and we want to help change that. After months of planning, we created a wine course that will leave you with the confidence and knowledge you need to further your wine explorations.
And without further adieu, we present to you...
In this course, students will gain a solid foundation upon which to build their wine knowledge. The course will cover topics such as how wine is made, tasting and taking notes, recognizing a balanced wine, and developing a vocabulary to express how each student feels about wine: what they enjoy, what they don’t, and why.
Wednesday, November 20th
It's almost time to set the table!
Join us for our
Our Biggest Tasting of The Year!!
Join us as we taste 8, YES, 8 wines that will pair perfectly with any Thanksgiving meal. We have put a lot of thought into the wines,
and we are very excited to share our suggestions with you.
You don't want to miss this extraordinary tasting!
As you probably know, we're big supporters of natural wines at 3 Parks Wine!
It's kind of our thing. 💁🏽♀️
We’re extra excited to introduce our new wine club just for the naturals, VERO!
If you're a natural wine fan, or just natty-curious, VERO is for you!
• Vero means "true" in Italian which perfectly describes these wines. Natural wines are pure using no pesticides, herbicides, chemicals or any artificial crap in the winemaking process, a.k.a. real, clean wine! They express the place where they're grown. They're fun, funky and of course delicious.
• Bonus to being part of the club: we’ll always have natural wines open on the Friday pickup day. Kinda like a Wine Club Pickup Party!! ⚡️🍾
“People are caring about what they’re drinking now, more so than in the past,”
says Sarah Pierre, owner of 3 Parks Wine Shop in Glenwood Park.
“But these techniques go back hundreds and hundreds of years.”
Click through to read the full article in Atlanta Magazine!