A Taste of Greece comes back to New York City May 18th, 2016. This celebration of Greek culture through wine and food will be an event not to miss at City Winery in SOHO, NYC.
City Winery is a well known winery here in the city that crushes grapes and makes their own wine, which is just one of the venues many specialties. They have a wonderful stage for bands and musicians, as well as a restaurant, winemaking facility, private dining rooms, and a large event venue space where you can come and enjoy wine tastings such as Taste of Greece! This tasting will feature some of Greece’s most famous producers, Greek tapas, and live Greek music. The cost per person is $75. VIP tickets are also available for $125, which includes an exclusive gift bag and access to the event at 6:00pm ( 1 hour early). General Admission time is 7:00pm-10:00pm.
From the volcanic soils of Santorini, to the mountainous vineyards of the mainland, wine lovers like yourself experience the modern face of Greek wine and discover why the oldest culture of wine is now one of the hottest emerging wine regions today. The event features wines from nearly 50 of Greece’s most popular wineries.
Specialty Greek and Mediterranean Tapas will be paired by some of NYC’s top restaurants including: Amali, Greek Tribeca, Kefi, Molyvos, Periyali and Thalassa, while you enjoy the live music of Irini Haridou, Nikos Plios and their band (just arrived from Athens, Greece).
Somm In The City readers should join in on this festive evening of great wine and great bites, and to make it even more special you get $15.00 your ticket purchase by using the code SommInTheCity.
* All proceeds will go to charity. Organized by Wines of Greece together with the Friends of Boroume Charity, a non-profit organization committed to reducing food waste and providing distribution of surplus food to the needy of Greece. With the support of the Greek Trade Office in New York.