Mini WineFest

Old World vs New World 


Friday August 15th & Saturday August 16th, 2014



    The Old Brick Inn in conjunction with the founders of WineFest have hand selected wines that exemplify their passion for fine wines. Some are exceptional values, some are collectables, some are ready to enjoy, all are attractively priced. Learn about these wines from spanish wine expert Partizio Zambrano.  


The Old World style wines are based on traditional and sometimes antiquated wine making practices that have been passed down through the generations. Many practices are now regulated by strict laws to preserve an area’s authenticity.  


To compliment these Old World wines we have also gathered a collection New World wines of exceptional quality and originality. Without entrenched traditions, these New World wines seek to push the boundaries of what is possible. The New World style focuses on technology, efficiency, and making wine that is ready to be enjoyed today. 

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The Old Brick Inn

401 South Talbot StreetSt. MichaelsMaryland 21663

410.745.3323

innkeepers@oldbrickinn.com

Old World Wines

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New World Wines

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Tickets 


6:00pm Friday night and 12:00pm Saturday tastings are for Old Brick Inn guests only and are complimentary with your Weekend stay call us for details.



For those not staying at The Old Brick Inn tickets will be available for sale through Local Wine Events.


Tickets are:


$25 for the White tasting @ 2:30pm on Saturday


$25 for the Red tasting @ 5:00pm on Saturday


or 


$50 for both tastings and receive a bonus  coupon for $25 off of your purchase of $100 or more.




Tasting Times   


Friday August 15th & Saturday August 16th, 2014


Friday - Red wines      6:00 pm - 7:30 pm*

Saturday  -White wines  12:00 pm - 1:30 pm* 

   

Saturday  - White wines     2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Saturday - Red wines    5:00 pm - 6:30 pm 


* OBI guests only


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