During our three-hour workshops, attendees will witness the basics of beekeeping, learn how to build a honeycomb foundation and hive, and observe a live bee colony housed in see-through hives. Beekeepers will teach the processes of honey production, pollen storage, and wax building. The experience transforms from a class to a tasting for the final hour, when students are invited to sample wildly different monofloral honeys from specific locales or plants, such as star thistle, wildflower, and black sage. Then visitors aged 21 and older will visit the wine-tasting room to sample wines from the tasting menu for that day.
Intro Beekeeping Workshop Scheduling
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To book an appointment and purchase tickets, click on the scheduled date of interest, and follow menus.
Looking forward to seeing you in an upcoming workshop soon !!
Current Scheduled Dates
Apr. 7th, Sun. – Felton, Hallcrest Vineyards
Apr. 13th, Sat. – Livermore, El Sol Winery
Apr. 14th, Sun. – Clarksburg, Elevation 10 Winery @ Old Sugar Mill
May 18th, Sat. – Livermore, El Sol Winery
Jul. 14th, Sun. – Felton, Hallcrest Vineyards
Jul. 20th, Sat. – Clarksburg, Elevation 10 Winery @ Old Sugar Mill
Oct. 13th, Sun. – Felton, Hallcrest Vineyards
Oct. 20th, Sun. – Clarksburg, Elevation 10 Winery @ Old Sugar Mill
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