Brooklyn Uncorked 2009
BROOKLYN UNCORKED 2009 IS SOLD OUT.
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Please join us for an evening of Long Island wine and Brooklyn eats at the third annual Brooklyn Uncorked, on Wednesday, May 13, at the spectacular Brooklyn Academy of Music.
The party boasts some of the best eats in town and, to wash it all down, scores of Long Island vintners bearing bottles made from grapes grown just an hour or two east of our beloved borough.
Last year's bash sold out so savvy snackers and swillers should buy tickets now. And heres a sweetheart deal for our readers: subscribe (or renew) and get half price tickets!
Sponsors include: The New York Wine and Grape Foundation, the Long Island Wine Council, Wlffer Estate, Bedell Cellars, Bodum, and Reidel.
Wine by: Baiting Hollow, Bedell/Corey Creek, Bouk, Bridge Vineyards, Brooklyn Oeneology, Castello di Borghese, Channing Daughters, Clovis Point, Diliberto, Grapes of Roth, Harbes, Lieb, Long Island Merlot Alliance, Macari, Old Field, Osprey's Dominion, Palmer, Raphael, Roanoke, Sherwood House, Shinn, Sparkling Pointe, Waters Crest, Wlffer Estate.
Food by: Amy's Cookies, Bodum, Bridge Winery, Buttermilk Channel, DiPalo's, Fizzy Lizzy, Get Fresh, Great Performances, iCi, North Fork Potato Chips, NuNu Chocolates, Palo Santo, Plowshares Coffee, Rick's Picks, SerendipiTea, Stonehome Wine Bar, The Farm on Adderley, The Smoke Joint, Vere Chocolate, Wine Cellar Sorbets.
Glassware by: Reidel.
Collaborating wine shops include: Slope Cellars, Blanc & Rouge Wine, Heights Chateau, Red, White, and Bubbly, Picada y Vino, and SIP
Non-Profit partners include: City Harvest, Slow Food USA, and Brooklyn Food Plan.
30 Lafayette Ave
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