Don’t Miss: Providence Renaissance Wine Festival Sept. 9
Monday, September 03, 2012
The Renaissance Wine Festival will feature hundreds of wines from some of the most prestigious wineries across the globe throughout the day. Some of the featured selections include; Catena Chardonnay, HARBOR TOWN, Scarbolo Merlot, Chocolate Moscato, Costal Ridge Pinot Noir, Parducci, Black Stallion Cabernet Sauvignon, Irony Napa Chardonnay, Louis Latour, Four Vines Old Vine Zinfandel, and Zaccagnini Bianco.
A hallmark of the Renaissance Festival is the Rhode Island Kitchen & Bath cooking demonstration stage area, and this year's chef include Kevin Millonzi of Millonzi Fine Catering, Chef Paul Jalef of Vanity, and Chef Brian O’Donnell of Café Nuovo. Each live chef demonstration will feature 20-minute sessions of their special recipe, while educating guests with their secrets on how to make each dish. For the full chef demonstration schedule, go here.
In addition to the wine and added entertainment, guests can shop at the Alex and Ani Bangle Bar, and enjoy massages at the Massage Envy booth.
The festival kicks off at 2pm with an hour-long VIP reception to a limited amount of VIP ticket holders. The VIP hour features exclusive premium wines, along with passed and stationed hors d’ oeuvres from some of Rhode Island’s best restaurants including; The Iron Works Tavern, Millonzi Fine Catering, and Tea & Javas. From 3:00 to 6:00pm, the festival will open to all general admission ticket holders. Guests will have the leisure of sampling hundreds of wines from all over the world.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit BellaEventsRI.com or call 401-270-6169. VIP tickets are $60 per person and are limited. General Admission tickets are $40 per person.
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