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Wines from Ancient Grapes and Rare Chocolate

Date/Time

Sep 5, 2013
06:30 PM until 08:30 PM

Description

Are you bored with your typical wine choices? Are you ready to taste wine made from 1,000 or 2,000 year old ancient grape varieties known to the Roman emperors and pair them with very rare chocolate? Sail away to a faraway place using sight, smell and taste!

Join us on Thursday September 5 at WineNot Boutique to taste six wines made from ancient grape varietals and pair them with exotic and rare chocolates from the Dancing Lion Company. Check the event link for photos and full details on the wine, chocolate and cheese pairings. 

Cost

$50

Location

View map WineNot Boutique
170 Main Street
Nashua, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

WineNot Boutique

Phone

(603) 204-5569

Contact name

Svetlana Yanushkevich

Contact email

info@winenotboutique.com

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