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Lebanon's winemaking history dates back at least 5,000 years but 400 years of Ottoman rule pushed it into obscurity. Under the French mandate of the 1920s, the wine industry was revived. We will learn more about the French connection with Lebanon as we taste the wines of Bekka Valley and Galilee. You will order a Lebanese-inspired dinner from the restaurant menu (this is in addition to tuition and fees).
Class Sections For The French Revival of Lebanese Wine Culture (LLFW 541)
Spring 2022 Section 1, Starting on: 04/21/2022
Class takes place in person at Mazza Cafe (1515 S 1500 E, SLC). Special fee is for wine and space rental; students are expected to purchase their own food. Please bring an ID to verify that you are 21 or older. Class is limited to 20. Please view the University of Utah's current Covid guidelines for attending classes at https://coronavirus.utah.edu/