During its inaugural Wine Walk, twenty-six shops are open for more than your business– each will be offering samples of two premium wines along with bites to eat from local food establishments. A $25 ticket entitles you to tasting in eight locations of your choice.
Wines have been selected by oenophile-in-residence, Susan Olson with World Class Wines, and feature offerings both from the Pacific Northwest as well as around the world.
Italian wines, for example, can be sampled at Nicoletta’s Table, Soletta’s Shoe Boutique, Tucci’s, and The Oilerie. Oregon tastes can be found at Lucky Me Boutique, World Class Wines and Bernard C. Chocolates. Other offerings include samples from Spain, Argentina, Oregon,Washington, France, California, as well as Sake and Champagne.
Attendees should start their walk at either the Lakewood Theatre at 368 S. State Street or Step It Up Ballroom Dance Studio at 449 Third Street to receive their souvenir Wine Walk Lake Oswego wine glass, along with a map featuring the event locations and wine details. All wines tasted that day will be available for order and purchase at World Class Wines.
Tickets are available through local businesses like World Class Wines, Accessories from the Heart, Step It Up Studios and the Lake Oswego Chamber of Commerce as well as online. For more information call the Chamber: 503.636.3634.
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Before Saturday’s Wine Walk, kiddies will be walking the streets for candy on Halloween, this Thursday. Check out one of my earlier posts for hints on good neighborhoods to hit. If you have any to recommend, leave your suggestions here. I’d love to add them to the list.