Wein Burgenland Heading to San Francisco & Las Vegas this November

We are pleased to announce two great events coming to San Francisco and Las Vegas in November!

San Francisco:

For the second time in San Francisco the Austrian Wine Marketing Board and Wein Burgenland proudly present an in-depth seminar with the selection of prestigious indigenous red grape varieties such as Blaufränkisch, Zweigelt and St. Laurent. Burgenland is Austria ́s most easterly wine growing area and the only one dominated by red grape varieties.

RSVP: https://austrianwineindigenousredwinessf.splashthat.com/

Las Vegas: 

For the first time in Las Vegas the Austrian Wine Marketing Board and Wein Burgenland proudly present an in-depth seminar with the selection of prestigious indigenous and international varieties such as the white Grüner Veltliner, Riesling and Furmint, red wines Blaufränkisch, Zweigelt and St. Laurent and the famous “liquid gold” sweet wines.

RSVP: https://austrianwineabsolutelyuniquelv.splashthat.com/

Christian Zechmeister, the Managing Director of Wein Burgenland, will lead you through this educational seminar highlighting the multifaceted red wine styles of Burgenland.

Reservation policy: It is essential that you confirm your seat by sending an email to: Constance Chamberlain (cchamberlian@wineandcollc.com) by November 6th.

We are pleased to invite you to this unique tasting and look forward to welcoming you!!!

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