Deal, 99 Dollars Seats 2 at Artisanal's Albarino and Spanish Cheese Class, NY, June 10

I like to share a good deal when I see one.

I mentioned Discover Albariño now in full swing around New York City.

Eager to find out which Cheeses work best with the delicious white wines from Rias Baixas in Galicia (Spain), here's your chance.

On Thursday, June 10th, 2010 from 6:30 to 8:30pm, Artisanal Cheese is hosting an Albarino & Cheese Pairing Class conducted by Chandni Patel.

Program notes introduce her as follows:

"Chandni Patel is currently a US Rias Baixas Albarino brand ambassador and Certified Spanish Wine Educator as well as a graduate of the WSET Intermediate and Advance Certifications. For over five years, she has worked on behalf of cornerstone Communications to increase the awareness and showcase the diverse styles of Albarino, as well as its food friendliness with a variety of international cuisines."

About the good deal:

Use promo code "SEAT" when your purchase tickets for the class and instead of paying $75 for one ticket, you will get  2 tickets for $99.


Can't make it to Artisanal on June 10, try this Spanish Roasted Red Pepper, Almond and Manchego Flatbread recipe.

(* recipe and photo courtesy of Rias Baixas)

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