Saturday, January 26
7:00 - 10:30 p.m.
Dozens of wines, heavy hors d'oeuvres and live music create an experience designed to entice all the senses. Savor a special selection of wines, paired with gourmet delights, sip some of Kentucky's finest at the NEW Bourbon Bar, and take in the sights at all the Museum's interactive exhibits. This casual evening, hosted by the Volunteer Associate Board, features enhanced learning opportunities and a VIP package option. Reservations encouraged.
Cost: $75/person; $125/VIP access.
SOLD OUT - Tickets are no longer available for the 2013 Science of Wine.
Courthouse & Recycling Center
Frei Sauvignon Blanc
William Hill Chardonnay
William Hill Cabernet
Naked Grape Moscato
Louis Martini Cabernet
Seven Falls Cabernet
Seven Falls Chardonnay
Red Diamond Pinot Noir
Red Diamond Tempranillo
H3 Les Chevaux
Chateau Ste Michelle Riesling
Kuentz-Bas Alsace Blanc
Vietti Barbera D'Asti Trevigne
Santa Julia Malbec
Rodano Poggiolupi Red
Graham's Natura Port
Umani Ronchi Montepulciano
View the wine list and menu by station.
Guests who take advantage of the VIP option will be treated to more than 40 additional wines, selected by Heidelberg Fine Wine Division and Wine Trends. Offerings will include a variety of domestic and international wines from: Banfi, E&J Gallo Winery, Ste Michelle Wine Estates, O'Neill Vintners & Distilleries, and Excelsior Wines. View the complete VIP Wine List.
VIP Menu, provided by Earth Fare
Roasted Chicken on a Quinoa Cake with a Spicy Maple Beurre Blanc
Cheese Plate with Assorted Cheeses, Nuts, Spreads and Fresh Fruit
Roasted Pork with Poached Asian Pears Over Parmesan Grits
Chilled Melon Soup with Prosecco (vegan)
Braised Beef with Confit Seasonal Veggies and Wheat Berry Salad
Live Cooking Demonstration: Fig Balsamic Strawberries with Bacon on a Shortbread Cookie
NEW for 2013! From 8:00-10:00 p.m., a Bourbon Bar will be located in the CW Color Wall on the first floor. Experts from Dayton’s own Century Bar have selected five bourbons to taste: Elmer T. Lee, Elijah Craig 12 year, Rare Breed, Ridgemont Reserve 1792, and Rebel Reserve.
In the VIP area, our expert will also provide an educational lesson on the difference between bourbon and Tennessee whiskey by pouring Blanton’s Single Barrell and Jack Daniels Single Barrell.
Guests can bid on an assortment of wine-themed gift baskets that showcase offerings from event vendor partners.
Complimentary valet parking will be available. Live responsibly.
Reservations can be made by phone at 937.275.7431, ext. 120, or in person at the Museum. Make your reservation today! All sales final.
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