I did receive some good email this week in the form of an invitation to a "Sip n' Stomp" wine tour leaving from Bicentennial Mall this Saturday, Aug. 27. If you're not diggin' on some swine at the Music City Festival & BBQ Championship or watching the Titans give Jay Cutler and uncomfortable welcome home at LP Field on Saturday night, you might want to check this out:
What: Nashville "Sip & Stomp" Wine Tour
When: Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011
Get on board to tour and enjoy wine tasting at two Nashville area wineries, picnic on the lawn, and get in on the fun of the annual Grape Stomp to celebrate wine grape harvest season in Tennessee. Live music, great wine, and lots of fun await!
Sip and Stomp Package includes:
Door-to-door ground shuttle with pick up from and return to Bicentennial Mall Park
Wine tasting at two wineries, where you can sample from more than 20 unique Tennessee wines!
Delicious picnic lunch on the lawn at the winery!
Bartender gratuities and any tasting room fees
*All guests must be age 21 and over to participate. Sorry, no children on this tour.
Check-in details are sent via email to registered guests, so please be sure that your email address is entered correctly when you purchase your package.
Cost: $59 per person
This trip is organized and guided by fellow wine-lovers, not a tour company, so expect an enjoyable afternoon of music, tasting, picnicking, lively conversation. For more info or to buy tickets, visit the Nashville Wine Tours website.