Just how intertwined are wine and history? This week's class review focuses on Italian wine and the Piemontese wines of this northeastern region of Italy. http://unlvce.blogspot.com/
At the close of week six, our Vine to Wine reviewer shares how to find a region's wine at Total Wine & More (the class location). Click here to read the blog: http://unlvce.blogspot.com/ and please feel free to share your comments.
UNLV Continuing Education will offer a four-day tour in September to explore the architectural gems of Los Angeles and Hollywood, California. Architectural historian Kevin Fahey will provide a preview of the upcoming architectural tour during a free presentation at 1 p.m. July 9 in Room 511 of the UNLV Paradise Campus. The presentation will feature the scheduled itinerary, introducing each of the historically and architecturally significant locations, such as the famed Hollyhock House and Getty Villa.
Would you or someone you know like to take an expedition to the very ends of the earth? Expedition leaders Peg Rees and Sharon Schafer will offer entertaining and educational multimedia presentations to learn about Antarctica: A UNLV Natural History and Photographic Adventure, offered by UNLV Continuing Education.Two presentation sessions will be held:
At the close of week four, our Vine to Wine reviewer shares the life of master sommelier candidates, the endless possibilities offered with this class, and the tasting of fortified wines. Click here to read the blog: http://unlvce.blogspot.com/ and please feel free to share your comments.
How did pests and disease help spread the art of winemaking? Read about it in this week's blog: http://unlvce.blogspot.com/
UNLV Continuing Education has recruited students to review select courses offered this summer. Visit the Continuing Education blog to read student insight and opinion. http://unlvce.blogspot.com/
Heath Hiudt, UNLV Sommelier Academy instructor and sommelier at the Cosmopolitan’s upscale STK restaurant, will lead a two-day excursion to California wine country August 22-23.
Basic language skills can make the difference between a good vacation or business trip and a great one. Knowing the local language allows travelers to venture off the tourist path and immerse themselves more fully in the local culture. Summer sessions of UNLV Continuing Education’s beginning conversation courses in Mandarin Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish begin in May or early June. Within weeks you will be ready to ask and answer essential questions encountered during personal or business travel.
A UNLV Continuing Education gift card goes beyond the traditional to memorable to celebrate mothers