This fall, enjoy the warm Miami weather while sipping California wines near the waterfront. You can make the most of your Florida trip by securing your spot at this second annual Wine by the Bay event. Wine by the Bay is a local hotspot for weekly wine tastings and a diverse selection of vino, located right beside a spectacular bay view.
Sample the varied showcase of vino, and visit for an exclusive viewing of the short film, “Storm,” by award-winning filmmaker Dan Addelson. This film was chosen as an official selection at the Sonoma International Film Festival 2013.
This Wine by the Bay event pairs great wine with a gallery of art exhibits for a full and satisyfyng sensory experience. This event will also spotlight Napa Valley winemaker, Andy Erickson, with a sampling of his most impressive wines on September 21, the launch of the Great Winemaker Series. Some of his most anticipated blends include Leviathan 2009, Mad Hatter 2009, Dancing Hares 2009, Favia Rompecabezas 2010, Favia Quarzo 2010 and the exquisite Favia Cerro Sur 2009. You can get more information about these wines by visiting www.winebtb.com.
Additionally, the art of Yozo Hamaguchi, a renowned mezzotint artist, will be on exhibit for yet another taste of talent. If you prefer your wine with a side of culture, this second DWNTN Art Days event offers your perfect evening of entertainment. Miami is the perfect backdrop for this event, blending its trendy nightlife scene with a versatile and vibrant hub for arts and culture. You can call Wine by the Bay or visit the website to reserve your tickets, which range from $30-$100 per person.