DON’T MISS OUT: 16th Annual European Wine Tasting

Wine Tasting

Ok people, so this is happening this Friday and we don’t want you to miss out!

Have you got your tickets to this fantastic event yet? It’s the event of the year at the Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta and we want you to be there. What can’t you like about going on a tour of some of Europe’s best vineyards, tasting several different wines that are paired with some tasty food samples?

 

Exactly. So what are you waiting for? You want a little bit more information before clicking buy tickets? Ok, here goes!

The Consulate General of Switzerland, Consulate General of Greece, Honorary Consulate of Hungary, Alliance Française d’Atlanta, and the Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta invite you to sample fine wines from France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, and Switzerland.

Join us as we sample fine wines from France, Germany, Greece, Hungary and Switzerland and pair them with food tastings from the various regions. Experts will be on hand to talk you through the wines; you’ll also get the chance to learn more about the various educational and cultural programs offered by our Institute and our partner organizations.

Here’s what you need to know:

When: Friday, November 7th, 2014
Time: 7:00pm
Where: Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta Auditorium
Admission: $30 – Goethe-Zentrum and Alliance Française Members, $45 non-members, $55 at the door.

Just in case you haven’t got a grip on what the event is like, here’s a few photos from last year’s wine tasting to whet your appetite and get you ready for the big event:

And in case you need a little bit more persuading, here’s a video from one of our previous wine tasting evenings:

Looks good, right? So, make sure you get your tickets and fast – they’re selling like hot cakes! So come along for a night of relaxed conversation with old friends and new as we show you what the various European wine regions have to offer!

Click here to register and get your name on the list!

We look forward to seeing you there.

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