Historic Hotel Bethlehem
437 Main Street, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18018
Local Phone: 610-625-5000 Hotel Bethlehem Lobby Image Hotel Bethlehem Logo
(855) 264-2598

2019 Summer Wine Classes

Enjoy thoughtfully curated wine parings poured by Hotel Bethlehem’s very own Wine Sommelier at our 2019 Wine Classes. Each themed class includes a sampling of wines and selected complimenting appetizer pairings.

Upcoming Tasting Events

Tue. August 20th – 6:00 PM  |  A Sip of Summer  |  $40 per person | Reserve Your Spot

Beat the heat with our selections of refreshing wines for braving the summer sun. Everything you would want in a glass of wine! With invigorating options such as New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, Provence Rosé, and German Riesling, you will be set to tackle the summer’s humidity, in style.

Tue. September 10th – 6:00 PM  |  From Burgundy to California  |  $40 per person | Reserve Your Spot

Take a tour of some of the most popular grapes around the world. Experience the differences between Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from contrasting regions. Is it oaky, buttery, fruit-forward, or spicy?

Tue. September 24th – 6:00 PM  |  The Trek Up Route 1 |  $40 per person | Reserve Your Spot

Travel up the Pacific Coastal wine regions, some of the fastest growing regions in the world. Come join us for selections from New World appellations such as Napa Valley Cabernet, Lodi Zinfandel, Columbia Valley Merlot and Willamette Valley Pinot Noir. We want to make sure you have a rich glass of red wine to curl up by the fire with this winter.

worth noting

Recently named #3 Best Historic Hotel in the U.S. by USA Today 10BEST
Located on one of the Top 10 Main Streets in the country according to USA Today

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Historic Hotel Bethlehem is affiliated with Historic Hotels of America, a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

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A glossy 120 page coffee table book celebrates nearly 200 years of hospitality on the site of Bethlehem’s first house in 1741. The book features photographs taken by Pulitzer Prize winning photographer, Robin Hood.

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