If you’re new to wine, don’t know all the arcane terms, feel intimidated, here’s a good way to learn a little. The Wine and Food Foundation of Texas does great informal classes that take the mystique out of the subject. There’s one in Austin this Thursday, March 12, from 6:30 to 8:30 at Mirabelle restaurant, 8127 Mesa. Costs $50 including the wine. Owner Michael Villim teaches it and he’s fun. Light apps, plenty of free parking. What’s not to like? Click on link to sign up; or call 512-327-7555.
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