The 2017 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 12th 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 20, 2017
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 and vendors.
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 several local Smyrna charities and foundations through the Smyrna Wine Stroll.
Last year's first VIP Access event was a big hit... so we are doing it again, only better.
FOR A VIP FRENCH WINE CLASS HOSTED BY MASTER SOMMELIER, MICHAEL MCNEIL
FREE FOR TWC WINE CLUB MEMBERS ONLY - $50 FOR NON-MEMBERS AND/OR GUESTS
NOTE: MEMBERS WILL NOT HAVE ACCESS FOR GUESTS UNLESS THEY REGISTER/PAY. THIS IS A WINE STROLL EVENT. MEMBERS WILL NOT BE ADMITTED UNLESS THEY ARE ATTENDING THE WINE STROLL.
Michael McNeill was the first (and for several years, the only) Master Sommelier in the State of Georgia. He adds his impressive resume to the staff resources as Director of Wine Education at Quality Wine & Spirits Inc. He has worked at some of country’s most prestigious properties including Manhattan’s St. Regis and the Ritz Carlton Buckhead in Atlanta.
Over the last two decades, he has worked alongside numerous world renowned five-star chefs including Gray Kunz at Lespinasse, Craig Shelton at The Ryland Inn, and Guenther Seeger and Bruno Menard at The Dining Room. Michael is two-time national champion of the “Best Sommelier in America”. He represented the U.S. in two world finals; at the Sopexa Gran Prix du Sommelier in Paris in 1994—which entitled him to serve as President of the Jury for the U.S. competition that followed in 1997—and the Concours Mondial du Sommelier in Tokyo in 1995.
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