Central Florida was spared much damage from Hurricane Dorian, but it’s still way too early in the season to drink all your hurricane wine. Orlando’s wine establishments are there for you, with events to help you resist the urge to raid your cellar. Here are the highlights of …
The dog days of summer march on in Central Florida, although at least we’re not in Michigan where it’s even hotter!
The heat is no reason not to get out and enjoy some cool wine events, and there are a few gems coming up this week. Check out the details of …
ORLANDO’S WEEK IN WINE
Can’t get away this summer? Orlando wine lovers can enjoy trips around the world this week without leaving Central Florida. Here are the highlights of …
ORLANDO’S WEEK IN WINE:
Ah, Valentine’s Day. Or, as it could be known, the day of the prix fixe.
Orlando’s wine events calendar is a little lighter this week, as local vino-focused establishments make way for the crowds of couples dining out on Thursday. But many are also planning V-Day themed tastings, so get ready to fall in love with wine – especially bubbles and reds – all over again.
Keep reading for all the highlights!
Happy Black Friday!
Whether you’re shopping, watching sports, or sleeping off yesterday’s turkey, I hope you’re having a wonderful, wine-filled weekend of gratitude.
After a slight lull in Orlando’s holiday wine calendar, things take off again next week. There’s a Burgundy tasting, a dinner featuring Spain’s Toro region, and an extraordinarily geeky tannin class, to name just a few. Here are some highlights!
Next week’s wine calendar is overflowing with dinners, tastings, and classes all over Central Florida.
Kick things off with a bang on Monday in Mount Dora, with a four-course pairing dinner at 1921 by Norman Van Aken, featuring Jean-Nicolas Meo of Burgundy’s Domaine Meo-Camuzet and Jay Boberg of Willamette’s Domaine Nicolas-Jay.
On Thursday, delve into the world of port when Master of Wine Jean K. Reilly leads a class and tasting at Swirlery in Orlando.
Saturday, head to Deland for a mid-day class at Cress focusing on sparkling wines and light reds for the holidays.
Those are just a few highlights from next week’s offerings. Many more new events have been added to the calendar stretching all the way into December, so remember to plan ahead for stress-free sipping!