Calling all oenophiles, lovers of wines, there is a one night only opportunity to taste, for free, all-natural wines never tasted in the United States from Chilean producers from the O’Higgins Region.
If you like to be top-of-your-game when it comes to wine, indulge in the guided tastings presented by none other than the Embassy of Chile and ProChile. Immerse yourself in the Chilean wine culture and talk with a selection of Chile’s most well-reputed producers and winemakers. The unique showcased wines are of ancestral grape varieties of Chile. You will be able relish these exclusive wines over-and-over again by purchasing them at the tasting. Take them home and have your own Chilean Wine Tasting party with your friends and family and impress them with your knowledge.
Mark your calendar; bring your friends to the Chilean Wine Tasting, Wednesday, June 12th from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Alma Cocina Latina – 2400 Boston Street. Stay for dinner, Alma Cocina Latina, another South American treasure features the cuisine of Venezuela – check out my review HERE.
Enjoy all-natural wines never tasted in the US from participating vineyards, including:
- Viña La Ronciere
- Viña Nahuel
- L’Entremetteuse Spa
- Comercializadora e Inversiones Encierra LTDA
- Comercializadora Santa Blanca Wines
- Viña La Rosa S.A.
- Daniel Antonio Miranda Barticevic Agricola y Vitivinicola La Golondrina Eirl (Vultur Wines)
- Valle Secreto Winery
- Viñedos Torreon de Paredes Spa
- Comercializadora y Exportadora Butron Budinich Limitada
- Vinos Ravanal Limitada
- Clos Santa Ana
Chilean Wine Tasting – Wednesday, June 12th 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Alma Cocina Latina – 2400 Boston Street, Baltimore MD
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