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Outdoor Wine Seminar
October 4, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Private Garden in Lincoln, MA (exact address provided to ticketholders)
Sunday, October 4, 2020, 2 – 4:30pm
Gaumarjos! is the Georgian word for ‘Cheers!’ (it literally means ‘Victory to you’). Join us for a unique outdoor wine experience where you will taste five wines and learn about some of the Republic of Georgia’s distinctive grape varietals, wine-making techniques, 8000-years of viticulture, and how to toast like a Georgian. Details & tickets at GAUMARJOS.eventbrite.com
To ensure everyone’s safety, we have a new wine tasting format. All attendees will be seated outdoors at pre-set stations, and wine will be pre-poured, allowing for the safe removal of masks once the seminar begins. Seating is VERY limited and Tickets are $50. Buy yours today>
The event takes place in the verdant grounds of a beautiful private property in Lincoln, MA. Complete address details will be provided to confirmed guests after your ticket purchase.
2 pm Doors Open. Guests check in, find seats, explore outdoor grounds. Masks required.
2:30 pm Tasting/seminar begins. Masks can be removed while seated
3:30 pm End of formal presentation. Guests can continue to socialize and picnic while observing social distancing guidelines.
FOOD IS NOT PROVIDED AS PART OF THE TICKET PRICE. Please make sure to bring your own picnic. We will email suggestions of appropriate pairings to registered attendees closer to the event. Please carefully read all NotaBenes on Eventbrite>.
The alternate date for the tasting, in case of inclement weather on October 4th, is October 11th. This event is a fundraiser for BRAI’s ongoing virtual and in-person arts programming.
KOSTA CHERNIKOV, co-founder of the wine importer and distributor GEORGIAN TOAST will lead the seminar, with a little help from BRAI’s resident oenophile Anna Winestein. Georgian Toast is based in Massachusetts and focused exclusively on Georgian wine and viticulture. Its portfolio of wines ranges from modern stainless steel production and oak-barrel-aged European-style wines, to amber wines made in qvevris (traditional Georgian acorn-shaped clay vessels, represented in the Georgian Toast logo seen here). Georgian Toast imports a variety of cuvées by boutique, organic and artisan wineries as well larger producers. Part of its mission is to educate consumers and industry professionals about the unique characteristics and history of Georgian wine.