Imagine drinking over 80 unique vintages from the behemoths of France, Italy, and Spain to underrated viticulture places like Thailand — all at once. You can, 6 p. M. To 9 p. M. M, on February 25 at Crushpad in San Francisco (2573 Third Street).
The city’s winemaker, a short drive from the West San Francisco Resort, he was actually organising the second annual symphony “Around the World with 80 Sips” drinking activity, which is arranged by Bottlenotes, a Champagne learning system oriented to the — erm — Millennial Generation (20- and 30-somethings). Some who are a little extra sophisticated in years are absolute ones, very well of all to choose from. For example you need thirsty while appreciating that much Champagne, a wide variety of craft curries are also available for biting.
Tickets are $ 60 or $ 75 at the entrance. A limited number of VIP tickets were also available, which allows you entrance to the activity an hour earlier. VIP tickets are $ 85 or $ 105 at the entrance. For an added bonus, need $ 10 off your booking only by clicking “ now, and by giving the password, FOODGAL, in the store.
– Carolyn Jung of FoodGal
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