Uncorked: LA Wine Festival brings wines from around the world to Union Station
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Wine enthusiasts can indulge in the 8th annual Uncorked: LA Wine Festival at Union Station in Los Angeles on January 27th, featuring wines and bubblies from around the globe. Michelle Harris, founder of Uncorked, describes it as 'the complete experience for wine lovers' in an unpretentious setting. The festival will showcase over 150 wines from 60 wineries worldwide, along with food trucks offering wine-friendly dishes. Guests are advised to be selective in their tastings, with recommendations including zinfandel from Frank Family Vineyard and crisp whites from Matua winery in New Zealand.
We call it the complete experience for wine lovers...And there's something for everyone in a very unpretentious setting.
The event will feature more than 150 wines from about 60 wineries around the world, allowing attendees to sample a variety of styles. Michelle Harris suggests trying the zinfandel from Frank Family Vineyard, describing it as 'amazing, very jammy, very fruit forward, but also quite bold'. For those looking for something lighter, wines from New Zealand winery Matua are recommended, known for their incredible crisp and refreshing whites. In addition to traditional wines, there will also be canned wines, seltzers, and organic tequilas available for tasting.
Their zin is amazing, very jammy, very fruit forward, but also quite bold...They've got some incredible crisp, refreshing whites.
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