4TH ANNUAL CRUSH WINE FESTIVAL, APRIL 1 - 2, 2011 AT TUCSON MUSEUM OF ART.
Blending some of life's pleasures of wine, food, and art with some great experiences, the CRUSH WINE FESTIVAL at Tucson's Museum of Art has blossomed into one of Tucson's must-attend spring events.
The excitement begins with Mondays at the Museum, a series of art and wine seminars in the month of March. For three Mondays - March 7, 14, and 28 - guests will enjoy tasting and learning about wines followed by a gallery tour of the Museum of Art's current exhibitions. You can choose to attend one or all of them! $50 each or all three for $135.
For those interested in a more intimate setting, theWinemaker's Dinner at the CRUSH WINE FESTIVAL is Tuesday, March 29. Featuring John Conover from Plumpjack and Cade wines in Napa Valley, guests will feast on incredible food created especially for the evening by Daniel Scordato, Vivace with the perfectly paired wines. To top off this exclusive event, it will be held in a private foothills home.
Celebrate the "art" in "party" at the CRUSH WINE FESTIVAL'S party on Friday, April 1 in the courtyards of the Tucson Museum of Art. This fun and informal evening features more than 150 wines from around the world, food from some of Tucson's best restaurants, and a silent auction full of art, wine, services, and experiences at all price levels. Tickets are $75 in advance; $90 at the door.
For more information about the CRUSH WINE FESTIVAL, please visit: Tucson Museum of Art, www.tucsonmuseumofart.org.
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