Win Two Tickets to The Science of Wine at the Orlando Science Center

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Science of wine

THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED

WINNER: Robert Krause! Congratulations. 

Leave it to the Orlando Science Center to beautifully bring the worlds of wine and science together. At the second annual Science of Wine event, coming up Saturday, May 19 from 7:00 – 10:00 p.m., attendees will not only get the chance to sample dozens of wines from all over the world, but they’ll also get to learn things like how wine is made, how weather affects wine production, plus get an in-depth look at the importance of barrels.

The Science of Wine is a unique wine and food tasting featuring local restaurateurs and caterers who will pair more than hundred different wines with a variety of delectable dishes. In addition to a stellar food and wine selection, there will be several interactive educational wine experiences.

Tickets to this unforgettable event are $75 per person, and $50 per person for Science Center members. The ticket price includes all food and wine tastings and educational content.

But… you just might be the lucky ducky to win a pair here! I’m giving away two tickets. To enter, simply leave a comment on this blog post with the name of your favorite wine.

The winner will be randomly selected at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, May 15 using the random number generator at Random.org and then notified by email, and announced via Twitter and Facebook.

Good luck wine lovers! This will be an extraordinary night.

 

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49 Responses to “Win Two Tickets to The Science of Wine at the Orlando Science Center”

  1. Janice

    I love Sokol Blosser Meditrina. Its a blend of Zinfandel, Syrah and Pinot Noir. Plus, the winery is sustainable in their growing and harvesting practices.

  2. Evan Antonopoulos

    Riesling – Malamatina

  3. Yil A.

    I want so desperately to have a favorite…but can never remember what I’ve already tried. However, I like smooth wines, nothing too dry

  4. Patrick Lunn

    Inniskillin Cabernet Franc Icewine

  5. Laurie

    I have a love affair with Mer Soleil Unoaked Chardonnay

  6. Andy Natal

    Cline Cellar’s Old Vine Zinfandel

  7. Kitzzy

    I don’t have a fav, but prefer white or blush, something kinda sweet.

  8. David Zajchowski

    Big Woop Red, South Australia

  9. Mindy Zajchowski

    Meridian Merlot California

  10. Marisabel

    Conte Fini, Pinot Grigio or Santa Margherita, Pinot Grigio

  11. Lauren Muench

    Columbia Winery Cellarmaster’s Riesling

  12. Brett VanderMolen

    Gnarly Head Cabernet Sauvignon

  13. Nick Seidule

    I’m simple. Yellow tail Shiraz.

  14. Heather Barbour

    Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc 🙂

  15. Whit Emerson

    Brander Santa Ynez Valley Sauvignon Blanc is my choice!-W

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