Classes & Tastings

Register here – March 2, 2016 Cheese Tasting Class

 

• Professional    • Educational    • Entertaining

Classes: Fromagination offers classes in cheese tasting, beer and cheese pairing, wine and cheese pairing, pizza-making, and other kitchen and dining topics.  Our classes are currently scheduled by prior arrangement, on an ad hoc basis.  Minimum class size is 12 participants.

Tastings: Fromagination takes pride in sharing the culture and history of cheese.  Our cheese tasting sessions can be in-shop or off-site, and tailored to your group’s interests and budget.  A Fromagination cheesemonger will introduce the cheeses, discuss the various flavor palates, and encourage your experimentation.

In-Shop Sampling: We regularly ask local cheese producers, and other artisan food makers, to use the Fromagination shop in Madison for sampling and demonstrations.  Come in and try some cheese!

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