How does it sound to taste more than 50 wines from around the planet, nibble on munchies, get as much as a 20 percent discount on anything you buy, and walk away with a spiffy German wine glass, all for only $15?
Better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick, no?
Uh, yes. So instead of going blind, swing by the Coral Springs and Fort Lauderdale Crown Wine & Spirits this Saturday, July 25, from 7 to 9 p.m.
They'll be pouring all kinds of interesting vino, including: Villa Antinori's suave Peppoli Chianti; the dark, brooding "ancient vines" mourvedre from Cline Cellars to Snoqualmie's "Naked" (that would be non-oaked) chardonnay; and the crisp yet vaguely floral Alluvium White from Beringer.
If you want more info, go here. Then go there.
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