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Upcoming Ohio Wine Events...

Posted by ChipDWood, Aug 17, 2010.

(A great little wine publication out of Cleveland, Ohio: )

NORTHEAST OHIO August 18 Vegan Dinner

Bistro 185, 991 East 185 St., Cleveland. Featuring Vegan Chef Jakub Mejstrik; Tex-Mex theme entree.
Reservations: 216-481-9635

August 20 Dinner on the Diamond

Progressive Field, Cleveland. 6:30 pm; $250/table for two; $450/table for four; $1000/table for eight at home plate. Gourmet, three-course meal and wine on the field, Tribe game on the scoreboard. Opportunity to play catch in the outfield and swing in the batting cages. Tables are limited on a first come, first purchased basis.
Reservations: 216- 420-HITS

August 20, 21 D Day Wine Trail

Conneaut Creek Wineries. 11 am - 5 pm; $5 at each winery. Two wine samples and a D Day snack at each winery. Experience a D Day re-enactment at Lakeshore Park.
Information: 440-224-2444 ;

August 21 Wines with a Cause: Wine Tasting

Western Reserve Wines, 28300 Miles Road Suite B, The Shoppes of Solon North, Solon. 2 - 5 pm; $5. Teresa Budinsky of Vintner Select will be showcasing wines from wineries that make a difference in our world by contributing proceeds to some very good causes.
Information: 440-498-9463

August 25 Tequila Dinner

Bistro 185, 991 East 185 St., Cleveland. 6:30 pm; $65/person. Six-course Tequila Dinner.
Pre-Paid Reservations: 216-481-9635

August 26 Italian Wines

Buehler’s Brunswick, 3688 Center Rd., Brunswick. 7 pm; $20/person. Reservations and payment for tasting must be made in advance; ten reservations are required by the Monday prior to tasting to guarantee class.
Reservations: 330-225-0202

August 27 Winey-Margarita Party

Grand River Cellars 5750 Madison Rd. Madison. 7 pm. Wine margaritas and Latin jazz music provided by Justo Saborit. Luau attire recommended.
Reservations: 440-298-9838

August 28 Wine, Whistles and a Bit of Jazz

Warther Museum, 331 Karl Avenue, Dover. 6 - 9 pm; $25. Attendees will travel through the museum with their complementary wine glass sampling fine wines paired with specialty foods and cheeses from five local wineries and seven restaurants. Local jazz trio, a grand dessert buffet, flavored coffees, silent and live auctions. This event benefits the local Red Cross programs and services.
Reservations: 330-343-8633,

August 28 Best of Show: Wine Tasting

Western Reserve Wines, 28300 Miles Road Suite B, The Shoppes of Solon North, Solon. 2 - 5 pm; $5. Derek of Vanguard Wines will be featuring some of our favorites from around the world that we picked from their annual portfolio tasting.
Information: 440-498-9463


CENTRAL OHIO August 21 Annual Champagne Under the Stars

The Refectory, 1092 Bethel Rd., Columbus. 6:30 pm; $65. Casual stand-up event with jazz music.
Prepaid Reservations: 614-451-9775

August 25 Argentine Wine Tasting

The Refectory, 1092 Bethel Rd., Columbus. 5:30 - 7:30 pm; Sample 10 wines for $10. Meet the winemaker who will showcase Argentine wines from Montes and Kaiken.
Prepaid Reservations: 614-451-9775

August 28 Columbus Food and Wine Affair Wine Competition

Columbus Fish Market, 1245 Olentangy River Road, Columbus. 8:30 - 12:30 pm; $50/ticket - limited to 30 reservations. Taste the premier wines entered into the competition, be trained in the art of wine tasting and vote on the People’s Choice Wine.
Tickets: 1-614-264-5505


SOUTHERN OHIO August 21 Wine and Food Fest

The Wine Store, 9905 Montgomery Road, Montgomery. Two wine sessions. Session I: 2-4 pm. Taste from a selection of 12 wines. Session II: 4-6 pm. Taste from another selection of 12 wines. 4 tastes for $3. A variety of gourmet foods and cheeses will be available for tasting 2-6 pm.
Information: 513-984-9463


Dayton Daily News Wine Blog and Weekly Listing of Dayton/Cincinnati Wine Tastings.



Dunkirk, New York

August 14, 15 America’s Grape County Wine Festival

Chautauqua County Fairgrounds, Dunkirk, NY. Sample and purchase wine from more than 30 New York state wineries; enjoy crafts and delicious food; stock up on fresh fruits and vegetables; and listen to live music all weekend long.
For information and tickets, 800-965-4834,

Traverse City, Michigan

August 21 Traverse City Wine and Art Festival

The Village at Grand Traverse Commons. 1 - 11 pm. Annual celebration of wine, art, food and music.

Napa Valley, California

August 28 STOMP

Hudson Vineyards, Carneros. 6 - 10 pm. The festival highlights the bounty of the harvest season, offering guests an exclusive opportunity to mingle with Napa Valley’s famous grape growers and vintners. Exhibition-style cuisine, dancing and live auction.
Tickets: 707-944-8311

Silver Creek, New York

August 28 Country Music Concert

Willow Creek Winery, 2627 Chapin Road, Silver Creek, NY. Paid event. 4 - 11 pm. Free parking. Barbeque chicken and roast beef dinners, hot dogs and hamburgers, wine and wine slushies, micro brewed beer, wine tasting (10 - 5 pm), and live music.
Tickets: 716-934-9463,

Chattanooga, Tennessee

August 28

16th Annual Southern Brewers Festival
Ross’s Landing along the Riverfront Parkway, Chattanooga, TN. 2 pm - Midnight; $15/advance online; $20/door. Beers, food vendors and bands including Big Head Todd and the Monsters. All proceeds to benefit Chattanooga’s Kids on the Block organization.
Information: 423-757-5259


NORTHEAST OHIO September 5, 6 Taste of Hudson

Downtown Hudson. Sun 12-8, Mon 11-6. Free admission; Tastes range from $2 to $5 each. Enjoy food from Hudson-area restaurants, an outdoor wine and beer garden, live entertainment, cooking shows, children’s activities and much more.

September 8 The Wines of Cline Cellars in Sonoma, Ca.

Buehler’s Wadsworth, 175 Great Oaks Trail, Wadsworth. 7 pm; $20/person. The evening will feature guest speaker Keith Morris, Cline Cellars rep for Ohio. Reservations and payment for tasting must be made in advance; ten reservations are required by the Monday prior to tasting to guarantee class.
Reservations: 330-336-3588

September 9 Wonders from Down Under

Buehler’s Medina Forest Meadows, 275 Forest Meadows, Medina. 7 pm; $20/person. Learn about Australia’s great wineries, styles and regions. Reservations and payment for tasting must be made in advance; ten reservations are required by the Monday prior to tasting to guarantee class.
Reservations: 330-725-0535

September 13 Taste of the Browns

Cleveland Browns Stadium. 6 - 9 pm; $150/ticket. More than 20 food stations with culinary creations from the area’s most talented chefs, who spend the evening away from their restaurants to gather at the stadium and prepare signature dishes. Mix and mingle with Cleveland Browns alumnus and current players, as well as the chance to bid on one-of-a-kind auction and raffle packages All proceeds benefit the Cleveland Foodbank
Tickets: 216-738-2126

September 15 Living Legends 2010

Morton’s The Steakhouse at Tower City Center, Cleveland. 5 - 8 pm. $175/ticket. Complimentary valet parking. A strolling buffet of Morton’s specialty food and drink, silent auction and the opportunity to mingle and mix with community leaders, friends and colleagues to benefit the Center for Families and Children. This year’s honoree is the Cleveland Cavaliers.

September 16 French Reds

Buehler’s Medina River Styx , 3626 Medina Road, Medina. 7 pm; $20/person. Go on an exciting journey through the regions of France; no beret required! Reservations and payment for tasting must be made in advance; ten reservations are required by the Monday prior to tasting to guarantee class.
Reservations: 330-725-5000

September 18 Natural Areas Wine Tours 2010

Groves Woods in Trumbull County and LaLeure Winery in Parkman. 10 am - Noon; $35/person. After a walk through the Forest at Groves 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

September 19 A Taste of Little Italy and Amateur Wine Competition

Holy Rosary Churchyard, 12009 Mayfield Road, Cleveland. 3 - 7 pm; $70/advance; $75/door Enjoy a wide variety of foods and wine and bid on the many silent and live auction packages. Proceeds benefit the students at the Montessori School at Holy Rosary. Amateur winemakers may submit their wine, with entry fee, two weeks prior to the Sept. 11 contest.
Tickets: 216-421-0700
Competition Coordinator Matt Silvaggio at 440-292-6985

September 23 Let’s Go On a Treasure Hunt

Buehler’s Brunswick, 3688 Center Road, Brunswick. 7 pm; $20/person. Four higher end wines from our Treasure Hunters series, plus four newer wines from Purple Feet Distributing. Reservations and payment for tasting must be made in advance; ten reservations are required by the Monday prior to tasting to guarantee class
Reservations: 330-225-0202

September 23 The Wild With Wine and Chocolate

Cleveland Zoo, Primate, Cat, and Aquatics Building, Cleveland. In the surrounds of primates and big cats, experience fine wines paired with decadent chocolates by Lilly Handmade Chocolates.
All proceeds benefit the Ohio Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Tickets: Jennifer Hamilton at 216 503 4170.


CENTRAL OHIO September 10 From Field to Table Festival

Franklin Park Conservatory, 1777 E. Broad St., Columbus. 6 - 11 pm. Al fresco dining prepared by central Ohio chefs in partnership with local farmers, gardeners and artisan producers.

September 24 Columbus Food and Wine Affair Grand Tasting

Franklin Park Conservatory, 1777 E. Broad Street, Columbus. 6:30 - 10:30 pm; $125/ticket. The best of Central Ohio’s finest restaurants and nearly 400 award-winning domestic and international wines. The Grand Tasting benefits Columbus-area charities including the WBNS 10-TV Family Fund and the Central Ohio Restaurant Association Foundation.
Tickets: 1-614-264-5505




September 11 "Yappy" Hour

The Wine Store, 9905 Montgomery Road, Montgomery. 3 - 6 pm; $2 for 4 tastes. A wine tasting especially for dog lovers will happen with assistance from Circle Tail, Inc., a non-profit organization that provides free assistance dogs to people with disabilities. Assistance dogs will be at the tasting.
Information: 513-984-9463

September 23 Argentine Wine Tasting

The Wine Store, 9905 Montgomery Road, Montgomery. 6:30 pm; $18/person. Six wines from Argentina, both whites and reds, will be presented by one of their newest wine sales representatives, Martin Rezelj, plus light hors d'hoeuvres.
Reservations: 513-984-9463


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