This summer has not been short on great date and dining deals. It really has been a great couple of months for trying new things in Broward and Palm Beach without breaking the bank. Drinking wine and following the commands of Bacchus are a great way to enjoy life, and when paired with food and music, life and the bacchanalia improve tenfold.
That has been a tautology since time immemorial.
Why fight facts proven by the passage of time? we ask. You'd be shooting yourself in the foot. The fine folks at Stache have paired with Coastal Wine & Spirits and are launching a new wine and jazz series that has all the elements of fun you'd expect in such a pairing. And that they are charging only a miserable $40 per person is cause enough to not ignore this deal.
Starting on Thursday, July 24, Stache 1920's Drinking Den will feature a tasting of nine wines from the following vineyards: Sterling, Newton Vine, Cloud Bay, Acacia, Campo Alegre, Minuty, BV Georges de Latour, Pouilly-Fuissé,and Provance. From 7 to 9 p.m., these will be paired with cheeses, and sweet jazz music will be piped in to you by the Bobby Lee Rogers Jazz Trio. It is worth to note that a few of these wines are not readily available for purchase locally, so this might be a good opportunity to do something before your snooty friends claim they did it first.
Ticket purchase also qualifies you for a chance to win a nice bottle of BV Georges de Latour or a magnum of Moët. The wines will be available for purchase at Stache for an extremely discounted price. After sampling the nine wines, you'll be able to enjoy three half-glass pours of your favorites.
Purchasing your ticket can be done at Stache, The Revolution Live Box Office and Ticketmaster. Call 954-449-1044, or email VIP@stacheftl.com. Seating is limited, so act quickly before one of your snooty friends does and then rubs it in your face.
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