Wine Sensory Workshop at Highland Community College Arts in the Barn Series February 1published January 25, 2019
Highland Community College’s Arts in the Barn series will host a wine sensory workshop on February 1 beginning at 6:30 p.m. The workshop will focus on the senses and how they interact while eating and drinking, particularly wine. An exercise in aroma identification and aroma wheel discussion will precede sampling 12 wines, many of which are from Kansas wineries. The workshop will be led by Scott Kohl, director of viticulture & enology at Highland Community College.
Kohl describes the event as a, “unique opportunity to engage in the art of wine tasting and paring. Participants will get to really work on heightening their senses when it comes to wine and how it interacts with food.”
Admission for the event is $15. Please RSVP by calling 785-336-1274 or 785-442-6009
or emailing .
The Klinefelter Farm located just two miles east of Hiawatha, KS, is owned and operated by Highland Community College and the HCC Foundation. This beautiful 480-acre farm was a gift to the college from the John M. Klinefelter family and had been in his family for nearly 130 years. The Farm is home to the Klinefelter Barn which is home to the Arts at the Barn series, a self-supporting and non-profit cultural event series held annually.
For more information visit www.highlandcc.edu/artsatthebarn.