The 2016 Smyrna Wine Stroll will feature more wine, music and fun than ever! With more than 70 different wines from around the world, along with live music and several food options provided by our local restaurants and sponsors, the price is an absolute bargain. This is the 11th annual event, designed for a fun and educational wine experience. Enjoy live music, wine, vendors and loads of fun while giving something back to the local community…And all for one great price!
Saturday, May 14th, 2016
2:00pm – 5:00pm
Only $60 per person
The Smyrna Wine Stroll is a fun event designed to allow patrons to stroll through our beautiful village while sampling a variety of wonderful wines and shopping with our local merchants.
Sample wines and enjoy food at local retailers in the Smyrna Market Village! Enjoy great wine, live music and more. Give to a great cause… all for the Smyrna community.
Over the past few years, The Wine Cellars has supported the following local Smyrna charities and foundations. Past charities benefiting from the event have included Friends of the Smyrna Library, Amir Askarian (Café Michel) Memorial Fund, Blind & Low Vision Services of North Georgia, Woodland Ridge Foundation, Lupus Foundation of America, Must Ministries, Smyrna Public Safety Foundation(SPSF), Atlanta Pet Rescue & Adoption, The Giving Kitchen and last year - Dreammaker's Youth Foundation.
This year’s Smyrna Wine Stroll beneficiary is Cobb County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) - http://www.cobbcountycasa.org
What is CASA?
CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocate. The Cobb County CASA program is a court-based program of the Juvenile Court of Cobb County. It was created to provide a voice to speak for the best interests of abused and neglected children in deprivation proceedings. Federal law requires that a Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) or a CASA volunteer or both be appointed in all cases of child abuse or neglect. CASA volunteers are carefully recruited, screened, trained, and supervised by the courts. The CASA volunteer's main purpose is to speak for the best interest of the child.