Milo Uncorked offers guests and locals a quintessential California experience of drinking wine by the beach. For this series we have partnered with some of Santa Barbara County’s premier wineries to exhibit the richness of the wine region.
Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) March 17, 2016
Anyone who has been to Santa Barbara knows that it offers many of the finer things in life: beautiful weather, the captivating Pacific Ocean, and the warm California sun to name but a few of its treasures. Hotel Milo Santa Barbara, located right on the beach, has long celebrated the weather and sun, but with the launch of its rotating wine tasting series Milo Uncorked; it now celebrates the region’s finest product: wine.
“Milo Uncorked offers guests and locals a quintessential California experience of drinking wine by the beach,” said Barry Dorsey, the general manger at Hotel Milo. “For this series we have partnered with some of Santa Barbara County’s premier wineries to exhibit the richness of the wine region. We are proud of our neighborhood wineries and tasting rooms who have created a robust Santa Barbara wine culture.”
Milo Uncorked will feature a unique local winery with each session, giving attendees a chance to sample the diversity of Santa Barbara wine, while they become sommeliers-in-training, learning about tasting notes, wine-making techniques and vineyard history from winery staff.
Upcoming tastings sessions include:
- Friday, March 18 - Santa Barbara Winery
- Wednesday, March 23 - Conway Family Wines - Deep Sea Wines
- Friday, March 25 - Sanford Winery
- Friday, April 1 - Palmina Wines
With Milo Uncorked, guests and locals will have a chance to experience the best of Santa Barbara wine without ever leaving the hotel. The series is complimentary to all attendees. The wine tasting sessions will be held in the Hotel Milo lobby and courtyard, overlooking the Pacific Ocean, from 4 to 6 PM on select dates from March to July.
A selection of bottles from participating wineries will be available for purchase at Milo Market in the lobby of Hotel Milo Santa Barbara. An updated events calendar for Milo Uncorked is available on the Hotel Milo website: http://www.hotelmilosantabarbara.com
Hotel Milo Santa Barbara is a member of the Independent Collection – a collection of intimate lifestyle hotels located in distinct residential neighborhoods of gateway cities across the US. Hotels of the Independent Collection partner and support local businesses and artisans within their local neighborhoods. Milo Uncorked is an example of these efforts. Through Milo Uncorked, Hotel Milo Santa Barbara celebrate and promotes the locale through celebrating the wineries and tasting rooms in Santa Barbara.
About Hotel Milo: Hotel Milo takes inspiration from Santa Barbara’s most prolific hotelier, Milo Potter, whose magnificent Potter Hotel put this picturesque coastal destination on the map. One of the most centrally located beach hotels in Santa Barbara, Hotel Milo’s lovely 2.5-acre property includes Ambassador Park, a beautiful lawn framed by iconic California palm trees that once served as the grand entrance to the Potter Hotel. Built in the traditional Spanish-style architecture that reflects this city’s rich colonial history, this classic Santa Barbara beach hotel features 122 oceanfront guestrooms and suites, as well as a beautiful courtyard with outdoor pools and gardens.
About Independent Collection: The Independent Collection is a growing collection of cultivated and intimate lifestyle hotels located in unique residential neighborhoods of gateway cities across the US. Founded in New York in Tribeca and then Brooklyn, it has grown to Boston’s West End, Midtown Village in Philadelphia, Washington’s Capitol Hill and Georgetown, and Miami’s South Beach across the last five years. This distinctive hotel concept is renowned for its authentic connection to the local communities, personalized service and residential comforts. Independent Collection hotels are created for the independently minded traveler and invite guests to experience the true spirit of the city. Learn more by visiting http://www.independentcollection.com