By day, Pinot is a trendy Old City boutique, selling fancy glassware, nifty tools, and cheeky wine-themed accessories. But by night, Pinot Boutique's wine experts head down to The Cellar and break out the bottles -- and they're inviting you to partake:
• $25 ($50 value) for a "First Sip Friday" or "Wines of the American Revolution" class for two
• $50 ($100 value) for a "First Sip Friday" or "Wines of the American Revolution" class for four
• $35 ($70 value) for a "Philly Food and Wine Pairing" class on a Sunday for two
• $70 ($140 value) for a "Philly Food and Wine Pairing" class on a Sunday for four
Schooling in Sipping
Join these vino experts at 7 p.m. on the second, third, or fourth Friday of the month to ring in the weekend with an hour-long "educational happy hour," including topics like perfect pairings for Thanksgiving dishes. Or, learn what wines the Founding Fathers favored from Revolutionary War buff Dave Bonette at 2 p.m. on Saturday. And don't miss a session with Dan "the Wineman" -- owner and founder of Pinot Boutique -- at 2 p.m. on Sunday, in which you'll discover how much better Philly cheesesteaks, soft pretzels, and Tastykakes can taste when complemented by the right wine.
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON April 3, 2014
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