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The Wine Down Tasting
July 7, 2019 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
$25 – $30
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Beautiful people + Black-owned wines + bomb location = The recipe for summer!
Everyone loves to go to wine tastings, but have you ever wondered about Cincinnati’s Black-owned wines? Well, your curiosity will finally be fulfilled at The Wine Down, located at a privately owned-historical oasis. So grab your boo, your girls or whoever and get dressed wine down your weekend with Black-owned wines. Tickets for this event are $25 – $30 (plus applicable fee) and can be purchased online. This is no ordinary wine tasting, fancy attire is required. It’s easy to dress up in the summer time! Buy Tickets **Please note that there is LIMITED parking. Uber or Lyft is strongly encouraged. Each ticket includes the following: – General Admission event entry – 4 wine tasting tickets – 1 complimentary glass of wine ticket – Hors d’oeuvres – Entertainment
Be sure to purchase your tickets today! Here are a few general rules for the event.
– Early Bird ticket sales end 6/21/19, General Admission ticket – $30 – Location address will be emailed to ticket holders – All guests must be age 21+ with valid proof of ID to attend. No exceptions. – Each guest must possess an individual ticket – All tickets must be purchased through Eventbrite directly – No re-entry – No outside alcohol is permitted on-site – No disorderly conduct will be tolerated; disruptive guests are subject to ejection – Event is rain or shine – All sales are final – Dress to impress About House of Leigh, Ltd. House of Leigh, Ltd. creates signature events and community engagement opportunities, filled with inspiration, progressive thought, and empowering content. Alexandria Morton-Green is a Development and Communications professional with 10 years of demonstrated expertise in fundraising and marketing strategy, writing, digital content creation, and event production. She specializes in corporate sponsorship management and negotiation, working with top corporations such as Macy’s, Lexus, and Proctor & Gamble. Described as a midwestern bohemian with buppie behavior, Morton-Green prides herself on her unwavering passion for family, faith and community.