Each festival has its own distinctive ambience, along with a diverse array of expertly selected wines. Both of our fall wine events will offer guests a unique wine and culinary experience.
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 19, 2017
New York Wine Events is pleased to announce its schedule of New York City fall wine festivals featuring two distinct November events. On Saturday, November 11, Cadillac presents the 4th Annual Brooklyn Crush Wine & Artisanal Food Festival: Fall Edition at Industry City in Sunset Park Brooklyn. On Saturday, November 18, Citi presents the 5th Annual NYC Autumn Wine Festival at NYY Steak in midtown Manhattan. Both events are curated by Vintry Fine Wines and offer a choice of two tasting sessions: Afternoon: 2-5pm or Evening: 7-10pm along with a premium early admission ticket enabling guests to enter an hour prior to the start of the general sessions.
The November wine tastings will feature an expansive selection of wines, 175 in Brooklyn and 150 in Manhattan, along with light fare including hors d’oeurves, cheese, bread, cracker selections, plus numerous artisan food tables sampling charcuterie, baked goods, dipping oils and sauces, chocolates, and more. Guests can take home their complimentary custom tasting glass as a souvenir and enjoy live jazz performances at each event.
Tasting tables located throughout each venue will feature diverse selections including jammy, bold, and complex reds; oaked, buttery, and dry white wines; plus some sweet and sparkling selections. Varietals from old, new and emerging wine regions around the globe will be showcased including France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, South America, the United States, and more.
A VIP Ticket option is available at the New York City Autumn Wine Festival (limited to 50 people per session) that includes early entry to the main tasting as well as admission to a private VIP wine tasting suite featuring 10 high-end wines, plus an exclusive selection of specialty hors d'oeuvres and a buffet of cheese and charcuterie. Wines will include superior offerings from premium winemakers in locations such as Champagne, Bordeaux, Tuscany, Spain, and California.
“We’re pleased to partner with Cadillac and Citi to present our annual fall events in Brooklyn and Manhattan,” notes Sam Kimball, founder of New York Wine Events. “Each festival has its own distinctive ambience, along with a diverse array of expertly selected wines. Both of our fall wine events will offer guests a unique wine and culinary experience.”
Participating sponsors at the Brooklyn Crush event include: barkTHINS, Barrow’s Intense, Beecher’s Handmade Cheese, Bennett’s Deli & Sandwich, Blu Perfer, Brooklyn Winery, Brotherhood Winery, Cobram Estate, Coco de Via, Cutco, Don Tony Perez Wines, DF Mavens Sorbet, Don Zavier Mamajuana, Drunken Fruit, Ends Meat, Essentia Water, Green Mountain Energy, Jamesport Vineyards, John Wm. Macy’s Cheesesticks, KAS Spirits, Li-Lac Chocolates, LELO Fine Foods, Les Trois Petits Cochons, Maiden + Liberty, Ma Lung Winery, Michel et Augustin, Moore Brothers Wine Company, My/Mo Mochi, Norwegian Baked, Palmer Vineyards, Pierre’s Spicy, Salsa di Parma, Simply Beyond, Sparkling Ice, Taconic Distillery, 13th & Third Wines, Topo Chico Sparkling Water, The Virgin Olive, XV Exclusives, and Yeh Chips. Restaurant sponsors include Boil Boil Ramen, Table 87, and Yaso Tangbao. Participating restaurants will be sampling their specialties and also feature full size dishes for purchase.
Among the New York City Autumn Wine Fest sponsors are: barkTHINS, Blu Perfer, Cobram Estate, Cutco, Don Tony Perez Wines, Don Zavier Mamajuana, Dr. Frank Vinifera Wine Cellars, Evaton Inc., FMG, Green Mountain Energy, Jamesport Vineyards, John Wm. Macy’s Cheesesticks, Les Trois Petits Cochons, Palmer Vineyards, Pierre’s Spicy, Salsa di Parma, Sparkling Ice, 13th & Third Wines, Topo Chico Sparkling Water, The Virgin Olive, and Yeh Chips.
Additional sponsors, wineries, and artisanal food purveyors will be added to each event in the coming weeks; check web site for details. Once again, the select artisanal food companies sampling their offerings at each event will feature full size items on hand for guests to purchase and enjoy at home.
Tickets to both November wine events are on sale now, ranging from $62 to $225, depending upon the event, ticket level, and time of purchase. Check the web site for details about limited time early purchase discounts, 15% savings for groups of 10 or more, and New York Wine Events’ Taste VIP program membership benefits including complimentary event tickets and discounts. Advance purchase is highly recommended as New York Wine Event’s popular tastings have experienced sold out crowds for over a decade, and the fall fests are expected to do the same.
For complete details or to purchase tickets to the Brooklyn Crush Wine & Artisanal Food Festival and the NYC Autumn Wine Festival, visit NewYorkWineEvents.com.
About New York Wine Events
New York Wine Events is committed to bringing together New York Metropolitan wine and food lovers, whether it’s at one of our wine fests, while browsing other New York area food and drink events, or reading our in-depth articles online about the area food and drink scene. 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.