“Made in America” Wine Tasting Sept 4 @ 5:30

To help celebrate Labor Day, we’re hosting a “Made in America” wine tasting.

When you add up the number of people in the US involved in the wine industry – the winemakers and cellar rats, vineyard workers, folks who run the tasting rooms – along with the local shops, restaurants, wait staff who serve it and distributors & truck drivers who get it from point A to B – that’s an huge amount of jobs that are done right here in the States. And we think that’s something to celebrate.

Obviously, the California wines are the best known – but we want to explore a little bit more of the countryside than that. Of course we’ll also sample from Oregon and Washington state, along with something grown and produced right here in North Carolina. Plus Virginia and any other states that we can put our hands on (given all the strange laws involved, it’s not always as easy as it should be)

As always, it’ll be a fun way to explore some new wines and enjoy some time with friends

$15 advance purchase ($9 with Student ID) or $20 at the door on a space available basis.  Click here for tickets



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