Fortified Wine Sampler: Sherry & Vermouth *In-Person* *NEW*

Fortified wine was invented as a way to preserve wine from spoiling on long ocean voyages. Today, it is a craft in its own right. This class focuses on two of the most popular styles of fortified wine: sherry and vermouth. From light and dry, to rich and sweet, sherry is versatile and complex and makes a great partner to many different foods. We’ll also learn about how vermouth, a classic aromatized wine, is more than just a mixer. Students will come away with an understanding of the history of fortified wine, how they are made, how to pair them with food, and their use in cocktails. Instructor: Hannah Morrow



Start Date

May 22, 2023









Monday, 6-8pm. May 22. The cost of tuition includes all beverage materials and fees. Please note date has been changed from printed catalog.

This class will meet in-person at CCAE. Please view our In-Person Class Guidelines prior to enrolling.

Instructors: Hannah Morrow


Hannah Morrow

Hannah is a worldly gastronome specializing in cheese education and pairings, with a background in culinary ventures. After completing her master’s in Creative and Educational Gastronomy in Italy in 2021, she worked in the cheese and culinary tourism industry abroad and returned to her hometown of Boston in fall 2022. She’s currently a cheesemonger and cheese educator at Formaggio Kitchen in Cambridge, working behind the cheese counter and offering classes in aspects of cheesemaking, affinage and pairings. In addition to teaching at CCAE, she teaches pairing and cooking classes at Cambridge Culinary, Wild Child Somerville and offers private events.