Experience: Wine and Raclette

A green background with a wheel of cheese and glass of red wine on illustrated glassware

Saturday, March 26th, 2pm

Discover the alpine wonder that is raclette! Its roots are high in the Swiss Alps, where shepherds driving herds through the mountains would lay the cheese next to the campfire while they prepared the rest of the meal. By the time the potatoes were cooked, the cheese was melted and ready to top the potatoes.

*For our first Experience event, registration is very limited – only 20 spots are available*

A green background with a wheel of cheese and glass of red wine on illustrated glassware

Learn from the Masters of Wine & Cheese

Luc’s European Meats, Cheeses, and Eats and Market Wines are giving you a chance to learn the history of raclette and how to host your own raclette party for 2 to 20 people! You’ll get to see how raclette is prepared on a large scale, learn how to pair wines with this particular cheese, and learn how to prepare a mini raclette for two on your own! Plus, you’ll get to try it all.

This 1-hour event is open for pre-registration for up to 20 people. With your $10 ticket you will get:

  • A raclette demonstration by the experts at Luc’s
  • Wine pairing know-how by our sommelier master at Market Wines
  • Two samples of raclette on bread
  • Pairing with white and red wine

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Raclette – from French Swiss dialect (Walliserdialekt) verb “racler” meaning “to scrape.”