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Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Wine Festival dinners next month

Just checked the web site for the Cincinnati Wine Festival dinners, coming up March 27. Been snoozing? Me too. Five out of 10 dinners (at $125 per person) are already sold out. But you can still get a reservation for dinners (with wine) at:

DaVeed's at 934 - with Sefried Estate

Embers - Meeker Vineyard

Hugo - Graziano Family of Wines

Morton's, The Steakhouse - Morgan Winery
Orchids - E&J Gallo


Carlo and Johnny's - Alexander Valley Vineyards

Honey - Ste. Michelle Wine Estates

Jags - Burnet Ridge

Jean Robert at Pigalls - Wines of France

Jeff Ruby's - An Italian Affair


at 10:09 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Red is also hosting a wine dinner on Sunday, March 30, with Styring Vineyards. Diners will have the chance to meet winemaker Kelley Styring and sample newly released wines from her family vineyard in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. There are only three places in the world to buy their wines: Their winery, Portland, and Cincinnati. Kelley and Steve Styring are former Cincinnatians and want their friends to be able to enjoy it. For reservations, call Red at 871-3200.

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