Win Tickets to The Science of Wine, May 11

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CONTEST CLOSED: Congratulations to Jim Matysik

One of the largest collections of wines of any Orlando event is coming to Orlando Science Center on Saturday, May 11, 2013. The Science of Wine is not just another wine tasting, but an oenological odyssey with presentations on multiple aspects of wine growing and wine tasting as well as the opportunity to sample more than 100 fine wines from the world’s most important wine regions.

From 7 p.m.–10 p.m., there will be plentiful gourmet and casual food offerings to accompany the wide range of wine selections. Food partners include Fleming's Prime Steakhouse, Hawkers Asian Street Fare, SoNapa Grille, and MoonFish.

In addition, the Science Center will offer a wine knowledge-building seminar presented by Luis Torres, renowned wine educator from the Constellation Academy of Wine: “Cheese and Wine: Life Beyond the ‘Wine and Cheese' Social Cocktail Party.” Also, Tim’s Wine Market will offer wine education stations that explore the elements of wine while guests sample and become educated.

Tickets are available at $75 per person but you might WIN 2 TICKETS HERE!

To enter, simply leave a comment on this blog post with the name of your favorite wine. You and your sweetie can each enter… double your chances.

The winner will be chosen on Wednesday, May 8 using the random number generator at Random.org. Watch your email that afternoon; that's how I'll be contacting the winner. I'll also be announcing the winners on Twitter. I am not able to announce winner's names on Facebook.

Good luck!

 


116 Responses to “Win Tickets to The Science of Wine, May 11”

  1. Cori Powers

    This sounds like so much fun! I love gnarly head wine!

  2. La Shawn Sutton

    My favorite wine is the Ca’ Montebello Moscato

  3. Krystine Lopez

    Silvan Ridge Muscat, which we tried on Valentine’s Day 🙂

  4. Lorna Gardon

    Let’s start with a Marques de Caceres Rioja Reserva 2001- chorizo and manchego cheese “tabla” included! But if you are in the mood of a sweet white, I will go for a Rinaldi Moscato d’Asti Bug Juice.Keep that cheese by your side!

  5. Alisha

    Not to picking when It comes to Pinot Noir but I do enjoy La Crema

  6. Rome Saint Fleur

    I’m a big fan of red wines especially sweet red.
    *Decordi Sangye Do Guida
    *Jaden Pinot Noir
    *Sweet Syrah

  7. Melissa

    Apothic red! My sweetie and I are huge science geeks and love the science center!

  8. Katie

    Moscato is my favorite–I’m a sucker for the sweet stuff!

  9. Veronica

    Riesling is my favorite! Close second is chocolate red wine 🙂

  10. Sally

    Chardonnay – specifically one called toasted head. The label always makes me laugh.

  11. Laura Field

    Gotta love Moscato! Chateau Michelle

  12. Amanda

    Moscato but anything with white wine

  13. Heather

    This sounds AMAZING! I love so many, but one of my recent favorites is Meiomi Belle Glos Pinot Noir.

  14. Shawn Lane

    Stag’s Leap Fay Vineyard Cabernet with a big ole NY strip!

  15. Felicia McElmurry

    I love Chateau St. Michelle Merlot

  16. Sarah Aidi

    I love Avalon Cabernet (and it’s less than $10!) 🙂

  17. Crystal Lynne Beckett

    I like a good reisling!

  18. Joyce Sharpe

    Sonoma Cutrer Chardonnay from the Russian River area in California is the best.

  19. Heidi Richmond

    Dreaming Tree Crush is my favorite right now!!

  20. Gina

    Pinot Noir, but also really like Menage a Trois Red 🙂

  21. Holly Cameron

    Pinot noir, but my pallet is wide open

  22. Tony Newman

    I am a big fan of local wineries, and getting my girlfriend into enjoying them. Would have to say a favorite is a Cabernet or Shiraz. Some blends are great too.

  23. Devon

    The Menage a Trois Red Blend is absolutely delicious and my favorite – and you can get it by the box at World Market!

  24. Kamille Richards

    This may sound strange but Aldi has a great pick me upper selection of wine called the Winking Owl from California. The best part is that it’s only $3!

  25. Tanya Alegria

    My favorite wines are moscato wines and white zins.

  26. Paulo Ospina

    I enjoy the taste of cabernet

  27. KLP

    Really enjoying Benziger Cabernet Sauvignon lately.

  28. Jennifer and Noel

    We love German Rieslings!!!

  29. Noel and Jennifer

    We love ending our dinners with sweet Moscatos.

  30. Lauren M.

    I am a huge fan of red wine, specifically Pinot Noir. But enjoy the occasional white with dinner.

  31. Maggie

    Silverado Cabernet. Also Pinot noir.

  32. Nick Varnadoe

    Zaca Mesa Syrah and Au Bon Climat Pinot Noir

  33. Judith

    My favorites are Gewürztraminers and Reislings but I’m learning to enjoy the reds! 🙂

  34. Amy Berland

    Malbec, haven’t tried one I didn’t agree with!

  35. Annie Singh

    My favorite wine is B.R Cohn Silver Label Cabernet Sauvignon

  36. Elizabeth Young

    Sauvignon Blanc, Robert Mondavi private selection. Inexpensive, very good, and does the trick 😉

  37. Darlene

    Something sweet…Barefoot is a favorite.

  38. Alison Orth

    One favorite? Only one? Anything red or white. 🙂 Kung Fu Girl and Sinister Hand…two go-to bottles at my house!

  39. sakina z.

    Pink moscato is definitely my favorite!

  40. Ian B

    Big Fan of Fallen Angel’s pinot noir

  41. Marilyn Montes

    Just starting my wine lovers journey… But I love cafe zinfandel. I have a long way to go.

  42. Meghan

    Cab Sauvignon, specifically Fleur du Cap from South Africa

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