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Attending tastings provide for a chance to try and learn about wines, spirits, or beers one may have never known about. Many wine bars and boutiques, as well as restaurants in the Houston area offer inexpensive tastings every week. Sometimes you want more than what's provided at most free tastings.

Take the plunge and make the splurge (if you can) on tastings that offer for your bucks. Here are this week's splurge-worthy tastings that cost a tad more than the ones normally suggested and you will not leave you disappointed.





Wednesday, November 30:


Taste and vote on wines that will featured on the shelves at Cova Hand-Selected Wines. The Kirby location will showcase select wines form Australia. Baguettes, charcuterie, and cheeses will be paired with the wines. Reservations required.


Cost: $30
7 p.m.


Cova Hand-Selected Wines Kirby
5600 Kirby Drive
Houston, TX 77005
(713) 838-0700



Saturday, December 10:


Looking for holiday wine suggestions? The Tasting Room has a few for you every Saturday in December leading up to the week before Christmas Eve. Seven wines will be available for tasting and paired with risotto Attendees will receive an early holiday present, a complimentary Riedel wine glass.


Cost: $20
11 a.m. - 4 p.m.


The Tasting Room at CityCentre
818 Town and Country Boulevard
Houston, TX 77024
(281) 822-1500


Which wines are the perfect holiday stocking stuffers? Decide at The Tasting Room's Ultimate Holiday Wine Bracket Tasting at Uptown Park. Participate in a blind tasting of eight select wines while noshing on festive hors d'oeuvres. Tickets are available for purchase online or at Max's Wine Dive and any Tasting Room location.


Cost: $35 ($60 per couple)
2 p.m. - 4 p.m.


The Tasting Room at Uptown Park
1101 Uptown Park Boulevard
Houston, TX 77056
(713) 993-9800




Upcoming Splurge-Worthy Wine and Beer Tastings You Won't Want To Miss:


Friday, January 27:

Leisure Learning Unlimited (2990 Richmond Ave.): Led by award-winning home brewer, James Wolfe, learn how to distinguish various beers by flavors and aromas in the Tasting Texas Beers class. Samples of local beers will be available and paired with light bites. The class is $45 and registration is required.


Saturday, January 28:

Arcodoro (5000 Westheimer): Dive into the world of Italian wines at Arcodoro’s School of Wine. After a brief hiatus, the Intro to Italian wine class returns for the winter where attendees will receive an in-depth mini lecture. Guests will taste five Italian wines paired with antipasti. Class is $30 and will be held from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Call (713) 621-6888 to reserve seating.





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