If you have been keeping up with the Vinously Speaking posts lately you know that we are in the works of adding a new blogger to Vinously Speaking!! In a recent post we told you that the new blogger was going to be revealed at our 2nd Social Wine Education Event held at Max’s Wine Dive here in San Antonio (and for those of you who were unable to attend that event, I gave you three hints in that post as to who this new blogger is).
So without further ado, Vinously Speaking would like to introduce you to our newest wine blogger …
Here are all the event details you need for “Social Wine Education #2”
Date/Time – Thursday, August 11th @ 7:30pm
Location – Max’s Wine Dive
340 East Basse Rd., Suite 101,
San Antonio, Texas, 78209
Cost – $15 (includes wines and fingerfoods)
Extra Info – We will be introducing our brand new Vinously Speaking Wine Blogger, so come on out and give ’em a BIG VINOUSLY SPEAKING WELCOME!! Also we will be selling our Vinously Speaking Wine Blog Men’s & Women’s Shirts for y’all to purchase! So bring some extra cash or your checkbook. The shirts will run anywhere from $12-25 depending on the shirt/design.
Hope you will join us for some fabulous social wine education – a time to mingle, learn about and enjoy different wines and food pairings, enjoy live music, and discover a vinous spot in San Antonio! Be sure to RSVP on our Facebook event page here and please invite any and all wine drinkers you know!
Ok …. so if you can’t wait until the “Social Wine Education” Event this Thursday and are dying to guess who the new blogger is OR you can’t wait to read the post in which I disclose said new VS wine blogger then here are three hints for you:
It has been two weeks since the last Max’s Wine Dive’s “Le Tour Du Vin” wine tasting. Today is their third of six in this wine tasting series and the theme of this evening is going to be … France!! But before we get ahead of ourselves, I know you want a recap of the second Le Tour Du Vin wine tasting (in case you missed it, the recap of the first one can be found here). The country theme of that second wine tasting was Spain and boy was it sabroso!!
Bonjour! Comment vas-tu? Vous parlez francais, n’est-ce pas? Don’t worry, I am not THAT mean to write a post in french … although I know a few readers out there who would enjoy that. One day french speaking readers, one […]
Per my last post, I did in fact go to local wine bar Max’s Wine Dive for the first of their wine tasting summer series, Le Tour Du Vin :) The country theme for this wine tasting was “America – California, Washington, Oregon”. (Future country themes include France, Spain, Australia/New Zealand, and South America).
My parents and I had to bust out our mad wine tasting skills as the event was only an hour and a half and as VIP guests we had 15 wines to go through. On top of that, we had a crowd full of people to maneuver through and network with. Game faces were required.