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Cincinnati International Wine Festival in Early March!

Sokol Blosser Pinot Noir

Plan to visit the Cincinnati International Wine Festival scheduled for March 8 – 10, 2018. This year many wines from 250 wineries around the world will be available.

A wide variety of events take place during the three-day festival. Tickets are available online for the different events. Events include: Grand Tastings, Winery Dinners and a Charity Auction & Luncheon. The winery dinners will feature wineries such as Jackson Family Wines, Wagner Family of Wine, Grgich Hills Estate, B.R. Cohn, Robert Mondavi Winery, Sokol Blosser and many more. A few of the events are sold out but there are numerous wine events still available.

Robert Mondavi Winery in Napa

Begun in 1991, the Cincinnati International Wine Festival is non-profit. The goal of the festival is to help local charities. According to the website, “Your participation enabled the festival to distribute $350,000 in grants in 2017 to 36 Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area charities supporting the arts, education, health and human services. In total, more than $5.3 million has been granted over the last 27 years.” More than 30 worthy organizations have been helped by the festival. Too many to list all but a few include: Alzheimer’s Association, Special Olympics, Women Helping Women, Kentucky Symphony Orchestra, and the ALS Association.

Enjoy some time at the Cincinnati International Wine Festival while at the same time know that you are helping others.


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