Join Us In Times Square For Our Largest Annual Wine Tasting!
General Admission Includes
Sample hundreds of wines, feast on light accompaniments and take in a jazz concert.
In The Heart Of The Big Apple
It goes down at the PlayStation Theater in the heart of Times Square, a 2100-capacity venue designed by award-winning architect David Rockwell.
Sample Wines From Around The World
Participating wine importers and wineries source their selections from the world’s finest grape growing regions in France, Italy, Spain, New York State, South Africa, California, New Zealand, Australia, Chile, Argentina, Portugal, Japan, Austria and Germany.
Delicious Light Bites
Enjoy a delicious array of diverse light fare including tasty hors d’oeuvres, an array of cheeses and crackers, and more — plus artisan food samples — to complement the wines. (Plus, if you savor the flavors, many of the artisan companies participating will also be selling treats to take home.)
The VIP Suite
Purchase a VIP Suite ticket to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime experience as you sip and nibble like a jet setter, enjoying 12 high-end wine selections sourced from locations like Champagne, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Australia, Italy and California… plus EXCLUSIVE specialty hors d’oeuvres!
VIP ticket buyers will sample vintage wines that are the crème de la crème of our wine partners’ selections. These wines have scored a 90+ point rating on critics’ scales, and some have surpassed the 95 point threshold, making them “classics.”
Live Jazz Performance By Alex Bugnon
Internationally acclaimed jazz/R&B keyboardist and 2-time Soul Train Music Award winner Alex Bugnon will take the stage at the PlayStation Theater. Bugnon has been a prolific, energetic force on the contemporary music scene for more than two decades.
A renowned musician/composer/bandleader, he hales from the picturesque town of Montreux, Switzerland – site of the world famous Jazz Festival. No doubt, the annual convergence in his hometown and in his own home, of some of music’s most illustrious names played a role in his decision to pursue a musical career, as did his early friendship with Herbie Hancock. The fact that his uncle was the legendary Donald Byrd only served to further his decision.