WINE CLUB BLENDING PARTY - EVENING
SUNDAY, JULY 9TH | 4:00PM - 7:00PM
CLUB MEMBERS RECEIVE 2 COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS TO EITHER THE AFTERNOON OR EVENING BLENDING PARTIES.
DINNER SOLD SEPARATELY & CAN BE ADDED TO YOUR CART BEFORE CHECK OUT. ONCE YOU ADD YOUR BLENDING TICKETS TO YOUR CART, LOCATE DINNER TICKETS AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE. YOUR SHOPPING CART CAN BE FOUND AT THE TOP RIGHT CORNER OF THIS PAGE (in the drop-down menu on mobile device).
Please join our Winemaker Sterling Kragten for our annual Blending Party FUN! We're ready to ramp up competition and challenge you to make the best wine blend from our estate varietals. But beware... the competition is fierce, as each table is tasked with creating a blend to submit for a blind tasting and all the guests are invited to judge their favorites. The team that receives the most votes will be named 2023 BLENDING CHAMPS and win a bottle of wine! But in true CASS fashion, it's all about the good fun (and bragging rights)! A delicious catered dinner by Chef Charlie will be served after the blending fun, before the voting begins!
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Wine Club Event Policies: No outside food or beverages. No pets. 21+ Only. Guest tickets are $50/person but can be credited if your guest joins the wine club. Members who No-Call No-Show will be charged a no-show fee.
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