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Thursday August 16, 2012
American Wine Society - Santa Barbara chapter explores a range of cooler climate and warmer climate Syrah varietals to understand the influence of climate on flavor. "From the cool heights of Napa and Sonoma, to misty Mendocino County, and from sunny Paso Robles to various micro-climate areas of the Santa Ynez Valley and surrounds, this tasting takes us on a journey through flavor. To shed light on this subject the AWSSB will have Etienne Terlinden of Summerland Winery as a guest presenter that evening.
Where/When: Thu, Aug 16th, '12 From 6-8:30pm, at Oreana Winery & Tasting Room - 205 Anacapa St.
The price, which includes six flights of wine and hors d'ouevres is $30 for members and $40 for non-members. Buy tickets now http://awssb.org/
The American Wine Society was founded in 1967 as a non-profit, educational, consumer-oriented organization for those interested in learning more about all aspects of wine. The Santa Barbara chapter’s goal is to enhance the appreciation of wine through education with a spotlight on wines made in Santa Barbara County. Members include wine lovers from novice to expert, wine-makers from amateur to professional, and individuals involved in all aspects of the wine trade. More information regarding AWSSB can be found online http://awssb.org/
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