September 20, 2012 (Thu)
from 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM
10 Downtown Locations
Cost: $35 per person, VIP Uncorked event is $50 per person
Event ID #440208Tags: Food Wine Tasting (walk around) Charity Fundraiser
DCO's 9th Annual Wine Walk will be Thursday, September 20th in downtown Springfield!
Wine Walk allows guests to stroll through ten of downtown Springfield's most popular restaurants pairing some of their most treasured recipes with delicious red, white and sparkling wines. No matter if you love a sweet wine or one heavy on the tannins, you are sure to find a favorite at this event. For those of you who have no idea what kind of wine you like, wine representatives are on hand throughout the even to help you learn more. Wine Walk will be on September 20th from 6:30-10:00pm and tickets are only $35/person. You may purchase tickets online at www.DCOonline.com or by calling Jennifer at 829-0890 or you may purchase the night of the event at the ticket tent located at the corner of McDaniel and South street.
The VIP Uncorked event is held prior to Wine Walk from 6:00-7:00pm and will be Parlor 88 at Ernie Biggs. This VIP event will feature the Trinchero Family Wines and an array of appetizers. We allow only 100 attendees to VIP Uncorked, who can then go on to participate in other Wine Walk locations throughout the evening. Our VIP attendees love wine and enjoy the opportunity to taste a variety of fine wine in hopes of finding their new favorite. Tickets for VIP Uncorked are $50/person and must be purchased in advance. Please call Jennifer at 829-0890 to purchase your VIP Uncorked tickets.
The ten Wine Walk locations for 2012 are Bruno's, Parlor 88 at Ernie Biggs, Fedora, Flame, Farmers Gastropub, Gilardi's, Maria's, Mille's, The Rebecca Grille, and University Plaza Terrace Grille. Our total attendance for the entire event is approximately 450-500 attendees. Wine Walk is a fundraising event that benefits Developmental Center of the Ozarks (DCO) which helps children and adults who have developmental disabilities through therapies and daytime activities.
Posted By: Developmental Center of the Ozarks