The Ides of March has an ominous reputation— think Julius Ceasar meeting his dramatic end (Et tu, Brute?)–but March is also traditionally a time for new beginnings and renewal. In ancient Rome, the month of March was the first of the year, falling on a full moon; a time of celebration, the end of winter and a new planting season. The Roman Empire may be history, but the city of Rome is alive and well, offering a rich tradition of food and wine. Join us as we explore Latium wines with sommelier Amanda Littmann and the flavors of Rome with Chef Rocky Maselli in this fun, informative class. Cin cin!