Durham Cooking Classes Authentic Italian Fun Food Making & Wine Pairing Launched

Durham Wine Bar and Restaurant, Convivio announced the launch of cooking classes in Durham covering Italian pasta, risotto and pastry cooking techniques with demonstrations and hands-on classes.

Durham, United States - November 9, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Durham, North Carolina wine bar and restaurant, Convivio, launched a selection of authentic Italian cooking classes in Durham for singles, couples, private and corporate groups to learn about making pasta, risotto and pastries and learn about their wine pairings.

More information is available at: https://convivio.wine

Convivio Wine Bar and Restaurant’s newly launched Durham cooking classes provide people with an opportunity to learn hands-on cooking skills from a qualified and experienced Italian Chef. Durham cooking classes at Convivio are suitable for groups, singles or couples.

Convivio can also host the newly launched cooking classes in Durham as corporate events. With the ability to seat 100+guests, it is possible to do a team-building cooking class, presentation, training or other celebration in a private restaurant setting by booking the whole of Convivio.

Convivio Wine Bar and Restaurant, the setting for the newly launched cooking classes in Durham is a warm and friendly place to not only enjoy fine Italian food but to learn new skills. Many elements are built by the two owners, Chef Paolo and Sommelier Giuseppe.

Convivio’s newly launched cooking classes in Durham are led by Chef Paolo Gavazza, an Alumni of Alma; the most prestigious culinary school in Italy. He has also worked for a Michelin Star restaurant in Rome before moving to Durham.

Sommelier Giuseppe Cagnoni provides wine pairings during each of the newly launched Durham cooking classes. Serving only Natural, Organic & Bio-Dynamic wines. Convivio says “Our wines flavor comes from the soil, not from some corporate cellar. Come taste and experience a whole new world of wines!”

Durham cooking classes at Convivio are held each week, starting with Fresh Pasta for the first week, then moving on to Filled Pasta, Risotto and Italian Pastries. Future cooking classes in Durham under development include Wine Tasting & Wine Pairings, and Butchery & Salumeria Classes.

As an example of how one of the newly launched Durham cooking classes runs, the first week’s fresh pasta class includes a demonstration by Chef Paolo on many of the different ways to make pasta. Then participants get hands-on creating their pasta dish from a recipe provided by the Chef.

More information about Convivio Wine Bar and Restaurant’s cooking classes in Durham can be found at: https://convivio.wine

Contact Info:
Name: Paolo Gavazza
Email: Send Email
Organization: Convivio
Address: 104 City Hall Plaza Suite 100, Durham, NC 27701, United States
Website: http://Convivio.wine

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88933258

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