There's finally a little nip in the air, so why shouldn't you enjoy a little nip in your glass? This week the Wandering Wino has the skinny on international tastings for you as well as a big fund raiser featuring your winless Tennessee Titans. Hopefully we can turn their luck around.
Nashville Lifestyles and Keith Bulluck present the annual "In Vino Veritas" event Monday, October 12th at Sambuca. Proceeds benefit Bulluck's "Believe and Succeed Foundation." Tickets are $100.00 and are available here. Come sample some great wines from around the world and rub shoulders with several Titans' players. (Well, unless you're really tall, you may only actually be able to rub shoulders with Rob Bironas.)
Woodland Wine Merchant is offering a Oktoberfest Wine Tasting at Marche
Join them to explore the wines of Germany and Austria - their version of Oktoberfest!
Wednesday, October 7
5:30 - 7:30 (come anytime during these hours)
Call Marche for reservations (615) 262-1111.
The Wine Chap is pleased to announce a wine tasting at Bistro 360 with Tony Marchetti of Marchetti Wines, an importer of European wines. Bistro 360 is located at the split of Highway 100 & 70. There will be 7 wines & the cost is $10 including tax & gratuity. Wines to be tasted:
Villa Calcinaia Comitale, Sierra Birgen Airen, Petraio Nero D'Avola,
Torcanto Joven Tempranillo, Unus Old Vine Garnacha, Louis Changarnier
Pinot Noir, Annosus Ribero Del Duero Monday October 5 at 6pm.
For reservations call 353-5604.
Our friends at Morton's are hosting another wine and food event as part of the launch of their second cookbook. In additon, they have launched a national Recipes for Feeding America campaign. Morton's of Nashville will be part of the national cookbook tour by hosting an event next Wednesday, October 7 from 5:30-7:00. Tickets are $39 per guest and include a $5 donation to Feeding America (locally Second Harvest Food Bank). Guests will enjoy great food and wine from the cookbook, and will have the chance to meet authors Klaus Fritsch and Tylor Field.
To RSVP, call Lee Blankenship at 259-4558.
Enjoy, and as always remember to figure out how you plan to get home before you ever leave the house.