Hey folks! So, I’m taking part in a really cool event here in Atlanta on October 30. The event is called HalloWine, and it’s a Halloween-themed wine tasting. Attendees will take part in a guided wine tasting, and then mix and mingle while enjoying a wine cocktail of my creation. Here’s the fun part, I’ve created three wine cocktails and I want you all to vote on your favorite. The wine cocktail with the most votes will be served at HalloWine.
To buy tickets for HalloWine, which will take place at The Wine Shoe in Castleberry Hill, you can visit Eventbrite. Early Bird tickets are currently $40, and will go up to $45 after October 24.
You can vote for your favorite HalloWine wine cocktail, below! I’ve listed the ingredients for each wine cocktail next to its name.
Which HalloWine wine cocktail is your favorite?
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If you’re a wine lover who lives in the Atlanta area then consider the Georgia Aquarium’s Aqua Vino the creme de la creme of wine tastings. I really, really had to contain myself when browsing through the list of wines and restaurants featured at last years Aqua Vino. Oh, and did I mention the best part? The 6th Annual Aqua Vino will take place on…MY BIRTHDAY, October 13! Okay, that might not necessarily be a high point for you but it’s pretty darn cool for me. It’s also reason #325 why I really need to make this years Aqua Vino wine tasting my first.
Here’s a little more info about the event directly from the Georgia Aquarium Website: “Georgia Aquarium invites you to our 6th Annual Aqua Vino on Thursday, Oct. 13, 2011. Enjoy and sample more than 200 fine wines from around the globe, gourmet fare from Atlanta’s premier restaurants, a live, silent and wine auction and live music. All proceeds from Aqua Vino support the Aquarium’s Veterinary Services through the Correll Center for Aquatic Animal Health.”
Tickets will range in price from $150 to $375 per person so you may want to start saving your pennies now.
Picture Courtesy Of The Georgia Aquarium