“Wine and Spirits in the 19th Century,” Session Three: History of Whiskey
The Duxbury Rural and Historical Society will present the third and final program in series of beverage tastings entitled, “Wine and Spirits in the 19th Century.” The programs offer an opportunity to learn what wines and spirits residents of Duxbury would have had on their tables during the shipbuilding era in the 19th century.
The programs will be led by Paul Malagrifa, a Certified Wine Educator. Malagrifa writes, teaches and lectures frequently on the appreciation of wine and spirits, and conducts regular education classes and seminars in the greater-Boston area. He has appeared on the TV program Chronicle to discuss his studies in wine making, collecting and tasting.
This program will take place on October 5 at 7 p.m. at the Nathaniel Winsor, Jr. House, 479 Washington Street in Duxbury. Space is limited to 30 people per session. Tickets are $50 per person.