In Italy, Amarone is often referred to as “The King of Wine.” Amarone della Valpolicella – which is usually just called Amarone – is a rich, dry Italian red wine typically made from dried Corvina grapes, Rondinella, and some other approved grape varieties.
Located near Verona, in the Veneto region of Italy, Valpolicella has been the home of intriguing wines since ancient times.
On Saturday, February 24th, from 2 to 4 PM, Veneto Ristorante will host a wine tasting class with a focus on three different Amarone wines, as well as three more wines also made in Valpolicella.
Seating is limited (21 and over, obviously), and the cost per person for the class/tasting is $50.
To reserve your place for the Amarone class, call 801-359-0708.
Sweethearts & High Spirits Ball
On Saturday, February 10th, with Valentine’s Day rapidly approaching, Salt Lake Magazine is thinking a bit outside Cupid’s box with its inaugural Sweethearts & High Spirits Ball.
During the evening, from 7 PM to midnight, some of Utah’s best distilleries will showcase signature cocktails featuring local spirits, along with live music, D.J. and dancing, food from local caterers and food producers, beer, wine and more.
Drinks and food are included in the $100 per person ticket price (or $175 per pair) until 10 PM when a cash bar will be opened for those who wish to continue to indulge.
The location is the Unions Event Center and this is a 21 and over event.
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