2013 New York Wine Expo

New York Wine Expo Glass
New York Wine Expo Glass

I’m thrilled to announce that I am part of the New York Wine Expo‘s official media blogging team. That means you can count on me to be your personal guide for information related to the New York Wine Expo coming up in just four short weeks.

The New York Wine Expo is celebrating its sixth anniversary this year. You will be able to travel around the wine world without leaving New York City’s Javits Center. The Expo will offer over 600 wines for your tasting pleasure, along with food and other lifestyle exhibits. “The Expo is truly a feast for the senses, with wines from every corner of the world represented,” said Ed Hurley, Marketing Director, ResourcePlus Shows & Events. “For anyone who enjoys wine or is a beginner and wants to learn, a day at the Expo is a deliciously fun way to spend time with friends and family.”

The schedule for the Expo is as follows:

Grand Tasting: Friday, March 1, 6pm to 10pm – $85
Grand Tasting: Saturday, March 2, 1pm to 5pm – $95
Trade Only: Sunday, March 3, Noon to 4pm

Tasting New York Wines at the New York Wine Expo
Tasting New York Wines at the New York Wine Expo

Tickets can be purchased at Eventbrite. Tickets are $15 off if you use the discount code wineblog.

There will also be guest appearances by celebrity chefs, such as David Venable from QVC’s In the Kitchen with David®, as well as special wine and food seminars (for an additional cost) like “Wine 101: Taste Like a Pro” with Wine Spectator’s Director of Education Gloria Maroti Frazee, “California Pinot Noir: Touring The State’s Great Pinot Regions” with David Rossi of Fulcrum Wines, “The Cool Climate, World Class Wines of the Finger Lakes,” and “Italian Cheeses and Wine” with Lou DiPalo, the Cheese Guru of DiPalo’s Fine Foodsin Little Italy, NYC.

Please stay tuned for more information, updates, and opportunities in the next four weeks! Cheers!


6 thoughts on “2013 New York Wine Expo

  1. Looking forward to our first time at the NYWE. We’re California importers of small-family Italian wines and will be helping one of our favorite producers from the area around Rome: Giovanni Terenzi. They do a remarkable line of wines from native grapes of their region, some of which once faced extinction. Will you be posting on Twitter as well?

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