Raise a Glass to Fall: New York Wine Events to Present Autumn Wine Fests in New Jersey, Brooklyn, and Lower Manhattan

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New York Wine Events will present 3 fall wine tasting events in New Jersey, Brooklyn and Manhattan in November 2015. Tickets to the NJ Harvest Wine Festival, the Brooklyn Crush Wine & Artisanal Food Festival, and the NYC Autumn Wine Festival are on sale now at http://www.newyorkwineevents.com.

New York Wine Events presents three unique wine and food events in Brooklyn, New York City and New Jersey in November 2015.

This November, New York Wine Events presents three fall wine tasting events in New Jersey, Brooklyn and lower Manhattan.

Each of the fall venues has its own vibe and the array of wines and different musical offerings will complement each setting for a total wine, food and music experience.

New York Wine Events is pleased to announce three autumn wine events slated for November 2015 in the Metro New York area. The 10th Annual New Jersey Harvest Wine Festival kicks off the fall fêtes at the Hilton Short Hills on Friday, November 6 from 7-10pm. The following week, the 2nd Annual Brooklyn Crush Wine & Artisanal Food Festival: Autumn Edition returns to Industry City in Sunset Park Brooklyn on Saturday, November 14; and on Saturday, November 21, the 3rd Annual NYC Autumn Wine Festival: A Celebration of Wine Downtown hits the Broad Street Ballroom in Manhattan’s Financial District. The Brooklyn and FiDi events, curated Vintry Fine Wines, feature a choice of two tasting sessions: Afternoon: 3-6pm or Evening: 8-11pm.

The fall wine tasting events will feature a vast selection of wines -- 150 in New Jersey, 200 in Brooklyn, and 175 in NYC -- along with light fare including hors d’oeurves, cheese and cracker selections, plus artisan food tables sampling delectable chocolates, charcuterie, dipping oils, baked goods, and more. Guests can take home their complimentary tasting glass as a memento and also enjoy live jazz performances at each event. For the New Jersey fête, acclaimed guitarist Gil Paris takes the stage. Musical guests will be announced shortly for the Brooklyn Crush and NYC Autumn festivals. The Brooklyn event will also feature select vendors selling full sized products to eat on site, including Cuban sandwiches, paninis, roast pork dishes and more.

Tasting tables located throughout each venue will feature an eclectic mix of bold reds, dry, smooth, and buttery whites, plus some sparkling selections. Guests will experience grape varietals from old, new and emerging wine regions from around the globe including France, Italy, Spain, South America, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, the United States, and more.

A VIP Ticket option is available at the New Jersey and NYC festivals (limited to 50 people per session) and includes the main tasting plus admission to a private VIP wine tasting suite featuring 10 high-end wines, retailing on average from $75-$250 per bottle, plus a premium selection of passed hors d'oeuvres. Wines will include superior offerings from Champagne, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Argentina, and California.

“We’re thrilled to now regularly reach wine lovers in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Northern New Jersey and outlying areas,” says S.W. Kimball, founder, New York Wine Events. “Each of the fall venues has its own vibe and the array of wines and different musical offerings will complement each setting for a total wine, food and music experience.”

New York Wine Event’s popular tastings in New York and New Jersey have attracted sell out crowds for the last decade, and the fall festivals are expected to do the same. Once again, artisanal food companies sampling their offerings will participate at each event and will feature items on hand for guests to purchase and enjoy at home.

Sponsors and artisanal food purveyors to date include: Cutco, Brotherhood Winery, Dove Chocolate Discoveries, Dr. Frank Vinifera Wine Cellars, Dezigns by JJ, Green Mountain Energy, Karen Grace Designs, Last Call 4 Cupcakes, Passanante’s Home Foods, Traci Lynn Jewelry, and Ventimigila Vineyards for the New Jersey event on November 6; NY Waterway’s East River Ferry (Silver Level Sponsor), Adirondack Winery, Bonne Fête Baking Company, Brotherhood Winery, CakeBox NYC, Casa Visco, Federoff’s Roast Pork, Green Mountain Energy, Karen Grace Designs, Last Call 4 Cupcakes, Les Trois Petits Cochons, Linda’s Baking Company, The Luscious Little Dessert Company, The Olive Table, Prima Dolce Company, Salsa Di Parma, Spanky’s Kitchen, Standing Stone Vineyards, Sucre Bleu, Traci Lynn Jewelry, The Truffleist, and Queen Majesty Hot Sauce for November 14’s Brooklyn fest; and Brotherhood Winery, Dr. Frank Vinifera Wine Cellars, Green Mountain Energy, Karen Grace Designs, The Luscious Little Dessert Company, The Olive Table, Standing Stone Vineyards, and The Wining Hour at the New York City event on November 21. More sponsors and artisanal food purveyors will be added in the coming weeks; check web site for details.    

Tickets to all three events are on sale now, ranging from $59 to $99, depending upon the event and time of purchase. The VIP Ticket option for New Jersey Harvest event starts at $179 and at $199 for the New York City Autumn fest. Check the web site for limited time early purchase discounts and group pricing. Advance purchase is highly recommended.

For complete details on the fall events or to purchase tickets to the New Jersey Harvest Wine Festival, the Brooklyn Crush Wine & Artisanal Food Festival, or the NYC Autumn Wine Festival, visit http://www.newyorkwineevents.com.

About New York Wine Events
New York Wine Events hosts elegant wine tasting events at first class venues in New York City and Northern New Jersey. The company’s goal is to provide a wine tasting experience that allows guests to sample as many diverse wines as possible while enjoying great music and the company of other wine lovers. Visit NewYorkWineEvents.com.

About Vintry Fine Wines
Vintry Fine Wines brings fine wine to NYC’s revitalized downtown. With 2,500+ selections focusing on both collectibles and drinkables, Vintry is a destination in bourgeoning Battery Park City. Featuring iconic design marrying classic and modern elements by architecture firm Rogers Marvel, this indicates what the store is all about: the best wines from both old and new world regions. Visit VintryFineWines.com.

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