May 17, 2018 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Trefethen Family Vineyards
1160 Oak Knoll Ave
Napa, CA 94558
$70 per class, $375 for full tour (all 6 classes)
Janet Fletcher

5:30 PM to 7:30 PM Thu, Apr 19, 2018 – Thu, Sep 20, 2018

Contact: Reserve directly at Janet’s website – www.janetfletcher.com/cheeseclasses

Hospitality Professionals receive a discount of 10% on our May Class! Use discount code WINERY18 during checkout process on Janet’s website.

We are excited to partner with acclaimed cheese expert Janet Fletcher to offer six classes surveying the world of fine cheese. Classes will be held once a month from April through September in our newly restored historic winery from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Classes begin with a half-hour reception, followed by a sit-down cheese tasting. Each class features a unique cheese theme and our estate grown wines will be served throughout. Trefethen club members receive special pricing – send us an email to club@trefethen.com for the promo code. (Classes are for guests 21 years or older)

Thursday, April 19 – Best Newcomers – SOLD OUT
Meet some impressive American cheeses that didn’t exist five years ago–all of them destined for glory.

Thursday, May 17 – Cheese Meets Chardonnay
White wine with cheese? Absolutely! Discover cheeses that flatter the acclaimed Trefethen Family Vineyards Chardonnays, including some prized older vintages.

Thursday, June 21 – Italianissimo!
From the Italian Alps to Sicily’s sheep farms, Italy is cheese country. Taste new small-production cheeses and superior versions of some classics.

Thursday, July 19 – Taste the Nation
We’ll sample world-class cheeses from seven states on this virtual road trip. Vermont, Missouri, Georgia, Indiana, Oregon…who knows where we’ll go?

Thursday, August 16 – Blended Beauties: Cow, Goat, Sheep
Blending cow, goat and sheep milk is one way to add complexity. Taste stellar examples of two-milk and three-milk cheeses from the U.S. and beyond.

Thursday, September 20 – Blue Ribbon Winners
Discover what the experts from the American Cheese Society consider the epitome of American cheese making.