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New Haven Pride Center Wine Tasting

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New Haven Pride Center Wine Tasting

Time: November 4, 2011 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: Savin Rock Conference Center
Street: 6 Rock Street
City/Town: West Haven, CT
Website or Map:…
Phone: 203.387.2252
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: Joshua O'Connell
Latest Activity: Oct 20, 2011

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Event Description

It's back! Join us for our annual Wine Tasting fundraiser event!

We are excited to welcome back our friends at Coastal Wine & Spirits of Branford, as they take us through a delightful series of wines - both red and white - ranging from under $10 to $20. Wine specialist Paul Belbusti will be on hand to guide you through offerings from five of Coastal Wine & Spirit's favorite purveyors. Light appetizers and snacks will be available. All attendees will also be eligible for special door prizes. This is an affordable, fun way to support the work of the New Haven Pride Center!

Expect to sample the following wines:

  • Winebow: a selection wines from around the world.
  • Village Wines: a selection of wines from around the world.
  • Knauth and Visser: A representative will pour a variety of South African wines.
  • Mionetto: A representative will pour several Italian sparkling wines.
  • Slocum and Sons: a selection of wines from around the world.

Ticket Prices:
$15 - Advance tickets for Members (through Tuesday, November 1, limit 2 per member)
$20 - Advance tickets for Non-Members (through Tuesday, November 1)
$25 - Members/Non-Members at the Door

Purchase your tickets online now to qualify for the advance ticket rate:

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