Monday, February 28, 2011
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Preview - The 4th Annual New York Wine Expo, Jacob Javits Center, New York City, Open to the Public, February 25th and 26th, 2011
Photo Credits/Copyrights: E. Joyce Glasgow, www.artsandculturescene.com
Here is information about the 4th Annual New York Wine Expo, taking place this weekend, open to the general public on February 25th and 26th, 2011 at the Jacob Javits Center, New York City. I attended last year's expo and found it a great way to learn more about many different wines, be educated about their origins and have lots of fun tasting wine and having great conversations with wine makers and wine sellers from numerous countries! Included here are some of my photos from last year's New York Wine Expo, 2010.
The event not only features hundreds of wines, but also specialty foods and exotic spices.
While at the Javits Center, take in the annual New York Times Travel Show running simultaneously on February 26th and 27th, 2011, featuring travel lectures, international music and dance performances and more.
ARE YOU READY TO WINE DOWN? - The 4th Annual New York Wine Expo is February 25th & 26th - - Purchase Tickets Now at www.NewYorkWineExpo.com - New York, NY (2011) - Wouldn't you love to wow your friends with wine knowledge or have more confidence ordering off a wine menu? Then don't miss the 4th Annual New York Wine Expo (www.NewYorkWineExpo.com) featuring wine tastings from around the world and educational seminars that can turn even the most inexperienced wine lover into a seasoned connoisseur. The New York Wine Expo is on February 25th and 26th at the . The Grand Tasting offers attendees a chance to sample more than 600 wines from over 150 winemakers from around the globe. Attendees can casually sip and stroll through old world Italian, French, German Austrian, Spanish and then let their taste buds lead them through , Australia, Canada, South Africa and the United States. "Wine makers love to come to New York because the attendees are eager to try new varietals and blends as well as share their personal passion for wine," said Ed Hurley, New York Wine Expo Show Director. "It is an exciting time for the wine industry, with every region of world now offering unique and flavorful wines at affordable prices, and the Wine Expo is the place to be to see them all in one place." Attend the Expo not just for the sampling, but for the learning experience as well. To date, seminar presenters will include Gloria Maroti Frazee and Leslie Sbrocco, award winning author, and Founder of "Thirsty Girl" a multi-media company focused on wine, food and travel. New York Wine Expo: Hours & Ticketing: ∙ Friday, February 25, 2010, 6:00 - 10:00 PM; One-day ticket - $80 prior to 2/18/11/$90 after that date ∙ Saturday, February 26, 2010, 2:00 - 6:00 PM; One-day ticket - $90 prior to 2/18/11/$100 after that date. For tickets, an updated seminar schedule and event information, visit www.NewYorkWineExpo.com or call . Note: Sunday, February 27 is dedicated to trade representatives. Liquor licensees from throughout the region are invited to attend on Sunday along with attendees of the co-located International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York. The Wine Expo is not open to the general public on Sunday.