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Wine Wednesdays

For this one-time tasting event you will be guided through superior-quality wine regions of the world. The goal is to give us normal mortals a chance to taste what are considered some of the best and most expensive wines in the world: Reserve Champagne, Italian Brunello, Russian River Pinot Noir, and the true rare gem of the evening, a 70 year-old dessert wine (vintage 1946).  All of this for a fair price and not having to order a $150 bottle from a restaurant wine menu in the hopes you like it. (Trust us, you will.)

In short, this is the taste of a lifetime.  You could travel the world and not have a wine lineup like this.

Your host for this grand evening is Tom Hajduk, Café Nordo's Wine Curator and co-owner of Vino Verite wine shop. In Nordo style, Tom blends storytelling, science, humor and history as you taste these beautiful, unusual, and rare wines. A menu will be available to order food (additional cost).  This is a rare, intimate experience and tickets are extremely limited. There are limited spots available, so we encourage you to act quickly.

This evening is a haven for those who want to learn more about wine without feeling foolish about asking basic questions.  We can also openly rail against the stuffy, expert-knowledge-driven image that the wine world likes to propagate.  After all, great wine is to be enjoyed with our favorite company.  It does not elevate unless it is delicious.  The idea is that tasting wine should be fun.

Earlier Event: July 17
Cabaret: Twister Beach
Later Event: July 21
Cabaret: Twister Beach