Seville Quarter, 130 E. Government St., presents its first Wine Festival from 2 to 5 p.m. Nov. 13 in its historic dining and entertainment complex.
Attendees can sample 200 hand-picked wines from around the world, offered by 10 area distributors.
Other features include a Champagne & Oyster Bar, cooking demo and tasting of Harris Ranch Natural Beef, Italian Specialties by Enzo, Tribeca Bread and Artisan Cheeses, as well as microbrew beers, a cigar sampling and live entertainment.
“We have always believed Seville Quarter is the perfect venue for a top-notch wine festival,” Bill Carlson, of Seville Quarter, said. “With our seven different themed rooms and courtyards it will be a unique experience to sample and learn about wine.”
Tickets are $35 advance and $40 day of festival; available in Seville’s Wine and Gift Shoppe.