Cass Winery's Rhone Blending Party (wine club event)
Sunday; July 9th, 11am-2pm
Wine Club members receive 2 complimentary tickets (due to the limited capacity of this event we will not be offering guest tickets)
Bring your best wine-making skills and join our winemaker Sterling as he guides you through the blending process to create your own wine blends. But beware... the competition is fierce as each table is tasked with creating a blend to submit for a blind tasting, and all the guests are invited to vote for their favorites. The team that recieves the most votes will name the wine blend and will become a wine in a future wine club shipment. But in true Cass fashion, it's all in good fun and the winning blend will be bottled and including in a future wine club shipment!
All online RSVPs will receive an automated email confirmation message to confirm the order was placed. RSVPs will only be accepted until we reach event capacity due to the space.
Due to the popularity of these blending events, we host two parties to choose from on two different days. The Bordeaux Blending Party will be on Saturday and the Rhone Blending Party will be on Sunday. Each party is limited to the first 80 guests who RSVP, and we ask that members please choose only one party to attend, so we advise not waiting to RSVP online for your 2 free tickets.
If you need assistance logging into your account or if you have a question about your shipment, please contact the wine club manager Adam at email@example.com or 805-239-1730 ext. 108. For questions about the event, please contact the event coordinator Kristina at firstname.lastname@example.org or805.239.1730 ext. 105.
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