Whether you’re a wine enthusiast or can't tell the difference between a chardonnay and a Capri Sun, Corvina Wine Company has the event to quench your thirst.
Treat your palate to a walk-around wine experience during the company's Fall Grand Wine Tasting on Friday, Nov. 3, hosted from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Charles Allis Art Museum, located at 1801 N. Prospect Ave.
Whether your palate is simple or somm-like, the tasting will help you grow your vino vocabulary with more than 70 hand-selected premium wines from major wine regions of the world like France, Spain, Italy, California, South America and more to taste – complete with wine specialists to help guide your experience. As a perfect pairing, the tasting will also serve small bites of cheese and charcuterie throughout the evening alongside the wine.
Find a wonderful wine? Take it home – as all the featured wines during the evening will be available to order for purchase at a discounted price.
Tickets for the tasting are limited, so click here to purchase yours today. Every ticket purchase includes reserve wines and a Riedel glass. For questions, email email@example.com.
Thirsty for more wine? Stop by Corvina Wine Company itself, located at 6038 W. Lincoln Ave., or visit Corvina’s website to check out more weekly and pop-up wine events.
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