Post Soviet Wine and Spirits Tasting

Post Soviet Wine and Spirits Tasting

Unique tasting event and fundraiser showcases wines and spirits from several former soviet republics, with a special focus on Georgia. The tasting will include sparkling, dry and sweet wines, white and red, showcasing both unique grape varietals and wine-making styles from the region, and also wines made in European styles. In addition participants will taste a flight of three single-varietal examples of Georgian grappa, called Chacha, as well as other high-end spirits.

Finger food, including regional specialties, blini, cheese and fruit will accompany the tasting. Reduced-price food-only tickets also available.

100% of ticket sales and 10% of same-day sales from the tasting will benefit the BR Cultural Partnership, a non-profit (501c3) organization fostering creative exchange in the visual and performing arts between the US and the post-Soviet States.

Early Bird Tasting & Food tickets: $30 (on sale through March 13th)

Full Price Tasting & Food tickets: $40 (on sale through March 19th)

Food-Only, No Alcohol tickets: $15 (on sale through March 19th)

The event features wine and spirits from Select Wine Imports and takes place in the Brookline Liquor Mart tasting room. It is not, however, a Brookline Liquor Mart tasting.

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Post Soviet Wine and Spirits Tasting
Event Category: Wine
When: March 20, 2014
Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Where: Brookline Liquor Mart Tasting Room


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