These come from our friends over at 'The Wine Buzz', and starts with one for a great cause in downtown Cleveland:
"One of our favorite events will happen October 8. Cleveland Wine Opener, which benefits the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, will take place at the Galleria at Erieview downtown, 7-10 pm (VIP reception at 6 pm). This is a great opportunity to support a good cause, sip some fine wines and enjoy food from many of Cleveland's top chefs.
We've got 2 tickets to give to the first person who responds to this email. In order to qualify, you much give your full name. We regret that we cannot reply to every email. If you don't hear back from us, good luck next time. We'll be giving away more tickets to other events soon!
Meanwhile, here are the newest additions to our events listings. For a complete list, visit our website at http://www.thewinebuzz.com."
And, here's a good helping of the rest of events not only in Ohio but in the surrounding states as well:
Italian Food and Wine Pairing
The Viking Store, Legacy Village, 24703 Cedar Rd., Lyndhurst. 6:00 - 8:30 pm; $59. Five courses of Tuscan delicacies paired with wines from the Lanciola winery. Event hosted by Giancarlo Guarieri of the Lanciola Wienry and Chef Adam Wilson of The Viking Store.
Reservations: 216-381-2100 http://www.vikingcookingschool.com
Blind Wine Tasting
Bistro 185, 991 East 185 Street, Cleveland. 6 - 8 pm; $30. "Bottle Shock"; France vs California with Purple Feet and Pere Jacque Wine Distributors. Hors D'oeuvres will be served.
Food and Wine Pairing with Row Eleven Pinot Noir
The Viking Store, Legacy Village, 24703 Cedar Rd., Lyndhurst. 6:00 - 8:30 pm; $25. Join Chef Adam Wilson and Heidi Tolchinsky of Row Eleven for an evening food and wine pairings.
Reservations: 216-381-2100 http://www.vikingcookingschool.com
Chinato, 2079 East 4th Street, Cleveland. Reception: 6:30 pm; Dinner: 7 pm; $70/person plus tax/gratuity. Six-Course dinner with Cesere Benvenuto.
Reservations: 216-298-9080 http://www.chinatocleveland.com
October 27October 29
True Blood Dinner
Bistro 185, 991 East 185 St., Cleveland. 6:30 pm; $65person plus tax/gratuity. Six-course dinner; each course paired with True Blood inspired cocktail or wine.
Reservations: 216-481-9635 http://www.opentable.com
Hats Off to Halloween
American Wine School, 3355 Richmond Road 191, Beachwood. 7 pm; $25. A variety of martinis with Budapest Blonde Cocktail Mixes and vampire red wines. Costumes welcomed, hats required.
Reservations: 216-831-9919 November 5-6
15th Annual Heinen's/WVIZ World Series of Wine
The Terrace Club, Progressive Field, Downtown Cleveland. $75/person. Three grand tastings featuring hundreds of wines and food. Wine seminars and more. Event benefits WVIZ/PBS.
Information: 216-916-6100 email@example.com
Holiday Bright Stars
Buehler's Nobles Pond Jackson Twp., 7138 Fulton Drive NW, Canton. 7 pm; $20/person. The best picks for celebrating and gift giving. Reservations and payment for tasting must be made in advance; ten reservations are required by the Monday prior to tasting to guarantee class.
Fine Wines from Clos du Bois
Buehler's Wadsworth, 175 Great Oaks Trail, Wadsworth. 7 pm; $20/person. The evening will feature guest speaker Doug Prezcop from Constellation Wines US. Reservations and payment for tasting must be made in advance; ten reservations are required by the Monday prior to tasting to guarantee class.
The Grapes of Christmas
Buehler's Medina Forest Meadows, 275 Forest Meadows, Medina. 7 pm; $20/person. Holiday reds, whites, sparkling and dessert wines will be featured. Reservations and payment for tasting must be made in advance; ten reservations are required by the Monday prior to tasting to guarantee class.
Progressive Wine Dinner
Grand River Cellars Winery and Restaurant, 5750 S. Madison Rd., Madison. 6:30 pm; $47.50/person. Soup and salad at Grand River Cellars, main course at Debonne Vineyards, dessert at South River Vineyards. Seating is limited.
Reservations: 440-298-9838 http://www.grandrivercellars.com
Food and UN-Wine: The Art of Sake
Haiku Poetic Food & Art, 800 N. High Street, Columbus, OH. 5:30 - 7:30 pm, $50/person. learn the art of sake tasting with Haiku proprietor Paul Liu, enjoying the best of 12 sake varieties paired with artfully prepared and unique Japanese tastes. Limited Seating. The event benefits WBNS-10TV Family Fund, The Columbus Foundation, CORA Foundation.
Keuka Lake, New York
October 2, 3
Hunt Country Vineyards, western flank of Keuka Lake. Saturday: 10 am - 6 pm; Sunday: 11 am - 6 pm; Free admission; Food: $2 - $5; Activity tickets: $1 - $3. Lunch, cooking demonstrations, family activities and exhibitors. Complimentary standard wine tastings, tours of wine-making facilities.
Information: 800-946-3289 http://www.HuntWines.com
October 30 - November 6
Arizona Wine Week
The Farm at South Mountain, Phoenix, AZ. Sample the best wines from across the state, picnic lunch, live auction, live music, wine seminars.
Tickets and Information: http://www.azwinefestivalatthefarm.com
Leelanau Peninsula, Michigan
November 6, 7
Toast The Season
For a list of Michigan's Leelanau Peninsula Vintner Association wineries, log on to http://www.lpwines.com. You can access each winery's website where days and hours of operation, as well as winery-specific events. Advanced tickets are required for all LPVA sponsored events and may be purchased online at http://www.lpwines.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual Fall Haul
Indiana Upland Wine Trail. Food samplings, special wine discounts, and recipes from the wineries on the Indiana Wine Trail.
Information: Madison Visitors Center at 800-559-2956 http://www.indianauplands.com
Chautauqua Region, New York
November 6-7 and 13-14
Harvest Wine Weekends
A self-guided tour of wineries (Chautauqua-Lake Erie Wine Trail) from Silver Creek, NY to North East, PA to celebrate the Fall Harvest. Each winery will feature fall food and wine pairings.
Tickets: 877-326-6561 http://www.chautauquawinetrail.org http://www.wineweekend.org
Finger Lakes, New York
November 13-14 and 20-21
Keuka Lake Wine Trail. $35/person, $55/couple. At each of the eight Keuka Trail wineries, sample wine and food, also collect a Christmas ornament. Receive a handmade grapevine wreath at the starting winery.
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