From our friends at TheWinebuzz.com :
It's not over yet. Summer, that is. Labor Day may be fast approaching, but the real end of summer isn't until September 22 - a full three weeks away.
And one of the best things about late summer in this neck of the woods is the annual Taste of Little Italy, a benefit for the Montessori School at Holy Rosary. This year it will take place on Sunday, September 19, 3-7 pm., on the school grounds at 12009 Mayfield Rd., Cleveland.
Tickets are $70 in advance and include all food and drinks. Tickets may be purchased at Little Italy Wines, 12414 Mayfield Rd., or online at http://www.montessori-holyrosary.org
Questions? Call 216-421-0700.
Sue & Donna
Food, Wine and Jazz
Amp 150, Marriott, 4277 West 150 St., Cleveland. 5 - 8 pm; $15/person. Wine, food and jazz with owner/winemaker/jazz pianist Kevin Brown of R&B Cellars. Five wine and hand-passed hors d'oeuvres.
Reservations: 216-706-8726 or email@example.com
Taste of Little Italy Wine Dinner
Primo Vino, 12511 Mayfield Rd. Little Italy, Cleveland. 7 pm; $60 (includes tax, tip and a donation to the Montessori School at Holy Rosary). Fabrizio Pedrolli, master Sommelier, chairman and CEO of VIAS imports will present 9 Italian wines representing a cross section of Italy focusing on value and quality.
Reservations: 216-229-3334 or 440-292 6985
Ausie-California Wine Dinner
The Wooster Inn, 801 East Wayne Ave., Wooster. 7 pm; $65/person plus gratuity/tax. Wines will be presented by Wine Trends.
Corvidae Wine Company Wine Tasting
Le Petit Triangle, 1881 Fulton Rd., Cleveland. 6 pm; $25 plus gratuity. Wine tasting featuring the Corvidae Wine Company, a shoot off of the Owen Roe Winery. 5 wines, 4 small plates.
5th Annual Wine & Covered Bridge Tour
Natural Areas Wine Tours 2010
Cathedral Woods in Ashtabula County and Buccia Vineyards in North Kingsville.
10 am - Noon; $35/person. After a hike through the Cathedral Woods, led by a staff member of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, participants will have lunch and wine tasting at the designated winery. Group leaders will recap the morning's events and answer questions about the natural areas visited. Space limited to 30 participants.
Reservations: 216-231-1177 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friends of the Henn Mansion Sunset Wine Tasting Event
Henn Mansion, 23131 Lake Shore Blvd., Euclid. 4 pm-7 pm; $20/ advance, $25/door. Food, entertainment and Ohio wines at this historical site.
Tickets: 216-731-5060 http://www.hennmansion.org
7th Annual Cleveland Wine Opener
Galleria at Erieview, Cleveland. 7 - 10 pm, VIP Reception 6 pm. Sip Great Wines sponsored by Western Reserve Wines. Savor Great Cuisine from the area's hottest chefs. Enjoy lively auctions and entertainment. A benefit for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Wine... The Other Red Liquid
Buehler's Nobles Pond Jackson Twp.; 7138 Fulton Drive NW, Canton. 7 pm; $20/person. Celebrate Halloween with these picks from "The Count", served up with a very scary menu.
Reservations and payment for tasting must be made in advance; ten reservations are required by the Monday prior to tasting to guarantee class.
Red and White: Best Buys from California
Buehler's Wadsworth, 175 Great Oaks Trail, Wadsworth. 7 pm; $20/person. The evening will feature guest speaker Bryan Morris. Reservations and payment for tasting must be made in advance; ten reservations are required by the Monday prior to tasting to guarantee class.
A German Wine Adventure
Buehler's Medina Forest Meadows, 275 Forest Meadows, Medina. 7 pm; $20/person. Come and enjoy the taste of great grapes from Germany. 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
Wolf Creek Pine Run Grist Mill, State Rte. 3 South, Loudonville. Noon - 11 pm; $5 for 21 and over; $1 for 10 - 20 yrs. old. Food, live bands, over 75 kinds of beer (wine too).
Dayton Daily News Wine Blog and Weekly Listing of Dayton/Cincinnati Wine Tastings
September 3 - 6
Taste of Michigan
Crystal Mountain Resort & Spa's Pure Michigan Labor Days (September 3-6) offers the chance to eat, drink and celebrate all things Michigan during its very first Taste of Michigan; packages begin at $79. Taste of Michigan event on September 4 (4-8pm); admission $5.
San Diego, California
Downtown San Diego. $30/advance; $40/door. eventy-five local brewers will be in attendance, providing samples and tastings of their signature and award-winning beers.Admission includes ten (4oz.) beer tastings, and the first 6,000 guests receive a free souvenir event logo tasting mug, live music and food booths.
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
September 10 - 11
Lake Geneva Wine Festival
Grand Geneva Resort and Spa. Lodging and festival package begins at $745. A weekend of epicurean delights that offers access to Lake Geneva's top chefs and winemakers from around the United States. A variety of programming throughout the two-day event.
September 16 - 19
Colorado Mountain Winefest
Sample a growing array of Colorado wines and participate in a variety of events, including winery tours, chef demonstrations, V.I.P. events and the grape stomp. Colorado Mountain Winefest is the fundraiser for the trade organization of grape growers and winemakers of Colorado, the Colorado Association for Viticulture and Enology (C.A.V.E.), a 501(c)6 non-profit organization.
La Mesa, California
October 1 - 3
Oktoberfest in La Mesa
La Mesa Boulevard. Bratwurst, beer gardens, dancing, traditional German food, Bavarian bands and 300 crafts and commercial booths laid out along six blocks of La Mesa Boulevard.
La Jolla, California
October 9 - 10
Art and Wine Festival
Upper Girard Avenue. 11 am - 6 pm. 100 booths featuring a juried selection of artists from San Diego, Northern Baja Mexico and around the world. In addition to browsing and purchasing art, guests can enjoy a beer and wine garden featuring a selection of local wines and beer.
Miami International Wine Fair
Miami Beach Convention Center. General admission is $75 per day or $130 for two days.
Collector's Club tickets, showcasing the Fair's top 100 wines, are $125 per day or $200 for two days and includes one-hour early entry. Proceeds from ticket sales are to benefit a local charity. Hosting a series of events, wine tastings and seminars, the MIWF is securing a dynamic mix of exhibitors in line with consumer trends and demand.
Tickets: 866-887-WINE http://www.miamiwinefair.com
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