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CAROLINA WINE CLUB Morning classes run from 10-11:30am. Evening classes run from 6:30-8pm. All classes are held at the Mint Museum of Craft + Design. Upcoming: March 5 Burgundy, Chablis, Cote d'Or Beaune; March 12 Burgundy Blanc, A Comparison; March 26 Red Wines of the Cote de Beaune. March classes will be taught by guest lecturer Fred Corriher. Cost is $100 for any four sessions or $30 per individual session. For more info or reservations call 704-344-8027.

LATORRE'S 118 West 5th St. Offers Wine Tastings every Wednesday at 6:30pm. For more information contact the restaurant at 704-377-4448.

TONIC 1427 E. 4th St. has free wine tastings every Wednesday. The evening begins at 8:30pm and runs till 2am. Entry and tastes are free. For more information, call 704-347-2582 after 8pm or visit www.withtonic.com.

WINE DINNER will be held on March 1 at Mimosa Grill featuring wines from Elyse Winery. Five course dinner includes seared yellow fin tuna and grilled Colorado buffalo steak plus wine w/ each course. Ray Carlson, owner & wine maker at Elyse will speak. Evening begins with reception at 6:30pm. Tickets are $70. Call 704-343-0700.

WINE MAKERS WINE DINNER will be offered at Bistro 100 on February 28. Tom Drozd of Palmer Vineyards will host & wines from the vineyard will be featured. Menu includes seared Long Island duck, butter poached lobster & tenderloin ravioli. Reception starts at 7pm. Cost is $60/person. Call 704-344-0515.

THE WINE GALLERY 8020 Providence Road, offers wine tastings every Thursday, 6:30-8:30pm. Cost is $5 per person. Call 704-544-2455.

WINE TASTINGS AT REID'S 7TH ST. WINE SHOP Every Wednesday night at the Wine Bar from 5:30-7:30pm, very informal. Three wines will be tasted each week. Cost is $10 per person. Call 704-513-7014.

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