Clay & Cabernet is an easygoing, studio environment where guys and girls create ceramic tiles, serving dishes, plates, vases, plant containers, coasters or sculptures, all while socializing with your friends or co-workers. Pop open a bottle of wine with friends, get creative and be inspired. Color what you make and we will fire and glaze it for you. By the end, you will have fun pieces to keep and use along with a very memorable evening!
We start the evening with a demonstration on how to pattern and join the clay so any beginners and first timers know how to make a start.
All work will be fired and glazed with a clear glaze and will be ready to collect in approximately two weeks.
Please contact for reservations and prepay with Paypal above. Reserve your spot at least 24 hours in advance.
Reschedule or Transfer
Reservations can also be put on hold for a later date or transfered to another class if notification is
received 24 hours prior to the class start time.
FIND OUT ABOUT OUR NEW 'TWO NIGHT CLASSES'
and Pay above. Choose the first date only and we can arrange the next date on your first night.
Check out this lovely video by Brenda Cruz to get an idea of a fun night out at Clay & Cabernet!
"Clay & Cabernet is a great way to spend a Thursday evening chatting and creating with friends.
You don't need any experience or creativity to have a fantastic time- if my husband can build a 3D
ice cream cone holder, then anything is possible at Clay & Cabernet."
"Clay and Cabernet is such a unique and fun concept! It's a perfect excuse to recruit your friends and get your hands dirty. In one evening I was able to create personal, hand made gifts for everyone on
my list. All types are welcome from the mad scientist/diy-er type to the craft novice. Carole clearly explains the process and gives inspiring ideas. Her enthusiasm and lovely Scottish accent is just the
cherry on top! I can't think of anything better than laughing, crafting and wine."
"There's nothing better than getting a group of friends together to work on some clay, tip a drink and laugh for a few hours. By the end of a boisterous night, we were all the proud owners of a weird clay sculpture or something truly practical. A great memory making night! I can't get back there fast enough with all of my saved clippings for clay-making ideas..."