FAQ

Can Dialog Wines help me learn about wines?

Yes! We offer a series of courses at Dialog’s Wine Studio that are designed to introduce you to different style wines and give you a little more education, so that you feel comfortable shopping for wine, ordering off of a wine list or even impressing your friends at your next social gathering! To learn more about the courses click here.

Will Dialog Wines offer tastings at my social / work function?

Yes! Dialog Wines is pleased to offer tastings at your home or at work functions. Please email info@dialogwines.com or call us @ 237-7885 to discuss your events and receive a quote. We also have a team of talented chefs that we can work with if you would like to add food pairings or small plates to your tasting event.

I need help selecting wines for my wedding. Can you help?

Yes, let us help you! We’ll meet with you and your party and discuss your event. We’ll arrange a tasting where you can select the wines that meet your needs, food pairings (if applicable) and price point. We will work with the event’s venue to ensure that all wine is where needs to be come the big day. Click here to learn more.

I am thinking about adding to the wine list for my restaurant. Can you help?

Yes! A well thought out, creative wine program can help your business grow. We have the knowledge and expertise to help you develop your program, write, and design your new list. Click here to learn more.

Can you help me manage my collection / cellar?

Yes! Whether you are a private or public collector, we can ensure that your cellar or wine list is about quality, diversity and will appropriately suit your needs and those of fellow wine tasters and patrons. Contact us for more information and pricing at info@dialogwines.com.

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