Whether you’re a long-time member of our club or just starting to think about wine, this is the place to find out about upcoming events and learn how to make your own wine.
Our regular monthly meetings are held at the Home Wine, Beer and Cheese Making Shop, 22836 Ventura Blvd., Woodland Hills. The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. with a potluck dinner, and the action starts around 7:40.
Also coming up -
April 11th:Planning Party hosted byDeeDee Matthews & Bruce Kasson
RSVP, please, see Calendar of Events page for how.
What’s going on with the tastings being planned and the Saturday meetings coming up soon? If you have any fun ideas or just want to check out what’s going on with the club, show up where the best potluck and wines are served! For more information please email : president@cellarmastersLA.org
May 4 – The 2013 Derby Day Home Winery Tour
It’s our annual progressive party featuring great food, great people and, of course, great wine. Plus there’s the televised running of The Kentucky Derby and your chance to enter the race drawing for a cash prize!
Tickets are only $20 per person
Sign up on the Event Registration Page.
June 1 – The 2013 Wine & Cheese Tasting - Join our hosts, Stu and Joan Lenoff for an amazingly popular event, featuring truly elegant wines expertly paired with an abundance of amazing cheese. Tickets are only $50 per person. Sign up on the Event Registration Page.
Meeting Information -
First up, if you’re new to wine or home winemaking, don’t feel intimidated. We’re a pretty friendly bunch. Our regular club meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month at 6:30 p.m. at the Home Wine, Beer and Cheese Making Shop, 22836 Ventura Blvd., Woodland Hills. It’s a potluck and we usually have a food theme, so bring a dish to share and a bottle or two of wine, homemade or commercial.
We usually have a speaker and/or a tasting. Either way, if you’ve got some wine that isn’t tasting quite the way you think it should, feel free to bring some along and let our wine gurus help you figure out what’s going on with it.
Board meetings – oops, we mean Planning Parties – are a great way to get involved in making all our great events happen. The Board part may be a little misleading because the meetings are open to anyone interested in helping out. And the party part means that these meetings are not spelled B-O-R-E-D.
Membership Information -
For information on how to join the club or to pay your dues online, please go to our Cellarmasters Membership page.
Our latest newsletter and some of our past ones can be downloaded on our Newsletter page.