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WINE WEDNESDAY with Ballets Russes

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Salon Acote

132 Newbury St

Boston, MA 02116

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The country of Georgia is the historic birthplace of viticulture, with 8000 years of wine-making traditions, and over 500 distinct grape varietals still grown. By comparison, one of the most important wine-producing countries today, with a rigorous classification system of protected wine regions (nearly 500) and quality levels (cru bourgeois, premier cru, grand cru, vin de pays, etc), historic techniques and blends of grape varietals, France is a relative newcomer, with just 2500 years of wine-making.

This is your chance to explore the wines of Georgia alongside those of Europe (often called Old World wines) and learn about differences in how they are grown, made, aged, and express the unique terroir that comes from the soil, climate, grape varieties and viticultural techniques. Sample the creations of Georgian and European vintners using traditional as well as more modern wine-making styles.

Taking place in the fabulous setting of one of the hottest salons on Newbury St, Salon Acote, the event includes light food pairings and dessert by Sama Confections. Sip, snack and mingle with members of the Ballets Russes community.

This event is a fundraiser and social event for the non-profit visual and performing arts organization, Ballets Russes Arts Initiative. Proceeds support arts programming connecting the US and Eastern Europe.

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Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event? This event is 21+, proof of age required.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable? Yes, tickets are transferrable, but they are not refundable.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Please email contact@ballets-russes.com

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Salon Acote

132 Newbury St

Boston, MA 02116

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Refund Policy

No Refunds

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