Wine Making Classes

Come learn how to make wine at home! (It’s super easy)

bottlesHow does it work?

We will demonstrate all the steps for making a premium wine kit at home. While learning, we provide some light refreshments. Feel free to byob to enjoy during the 1.5- 2 hour session.

Then, you come back eight weeks later and pick up a bottle of the wine we made during the class complete with a personalized label!

couponYou will also receive a 15% discount toward an equipment and an ingredient kit when purchased on class night.

Wine Classes are fun for:

  • Couples and groups
  • Girls night out
  • Birthday celebrations
  • Trying something new

    Class size is limited. Groups are welcome and encouraged!

Do you have 10 or more in your party?

Let us know and we can work together to find a special day for your group to have a private class!

How do I sign up?

  1. Complete the sign up form
  2. Choose from the available dates
  3. Once we have a minimum number of participants for the given date, you will receive a confirmation email for the class
  4. Payment is not due till the day of the class

Where and When?

  • Where: Stomp N Crush
  • When: March 28th, May 2nd, June 6th (no classes July or August)
  • Time: 5:00pm 7:00pm
  • Fee: $20.00 per person, $35 per couple (cash or check only please)


Q: Do I need a lot of equipment to make my own wine?
A: No, we will discuss in detail the necessary pieces of equipment you will need to get started.

Q: Do I need a lot of room to make wine?
A: No, you will need space for the fermentor which is a 7.9 gallon bucket.

Q: Does the wine need to be kept at a specific temperature?
A: During fermentation the yeast are generally happiest between 65° and 75°F

Q: Are the kits only available for a limited period of time?
A: No, kits are available all year round which is a benefit of kits over grapes. The kits contain juice from many countries such as Italy, Australia, Chili, Spain, Canada, USA (California) and S. Africa. White, red and rose kits are all available as well as fruit/grape blends and dessert wines.

Q: How much wine does a kit make?
A: Except for some of the specialty dessert wines, all kits make 6 gallons which is 30 standard wine bottles.