Cork Wine Bar is hiring - part-time
Cork Wine Bar
Apply in person or send your resume to events at corkwines dot com. Cork Wine Bar, 3636 McKinney Suite 170, Dallas TX 75204 (next to Grimaldi's & Sushi Zushi).
Bruce Anderson's Sunset Winery has two wines ready to be bottled. Three shifts available Saturday, September 10 and Sunday September 11, 2016: 10 am - 12pm, 12pm-2pm,
and 2pm- 4pm. Call 817.426.1141 with your selected shift and date. Let Bruce know when you can help.
Saturday, September 10, 2016 at the Addison Conference Center. In the Main Hall, more than 40 vendors offer treats to sample and purchase. Sample and learn about artisan chocolate from the makers. General Admission Entrance times for the Main Hall are still available: 1pm and 2:30pm. Purchase tickets online. No tickets will be sold at the event. Grounds are open to all ticket holders starting at 10am. Presentations in the stone cottage classroom are first come, first seated. Addison Conference Centre, 15650 Addison Road, Addison, TX. Free parking.
Up and coming wine regions recommended by James Tidwell.
Dallas Chocolate Festival 2016 "Lights, Camera, Action" raises the curtain with a red carpet movie night Friday, September 9, 2016, featuring a screening of Bean to Bar: A Film About Artisan Chocolate, a 54-minute documentary exploring trailblazing journeys of some of America's craft chocolate pioneers and the renaissance they have inspired. Following the film, attend Madame Cocoa's Q&A session with film producer, Bob Ridgely, and two chocolate makers featured in the film: Art Pollard from Amano Chocolate and Rob Anderson from Fresco Chocolate. $35 per person (or $60 for two), must be 21 to attend. Price includes cocktails, wine and chocolate pairings, non-alcohol beverages, bites from FT33, popcorn, movie screening, and Q&A. Purchase tickets online. Doors open at 7pm; movie at 8pm. Chocolate concessions will be for sale by individual chocolate makers and chocolatiers. Addison Conference and Theatre Centre, 15650 Addison Road, Addison, TX 75001. Free parking in lot on the corner of Addison Road and Addison Circle.
The French-American Chamber of Commerce Dallas/Fort Worth (FACC DFW) is rebranding its annual wine festival. For its 33rd fest, formerly the Beaujolais & Beyond Wine Festival, the FACC will enrich the selection of wines, focus on French/International cuisine, and provide an upscale event. The festival is the organization's primary fundraising event. Revenues generated allow the Chamber to provide services to its network of members.
Event date: Friday, November 11, 2016 VIP Champagne Reception: 6:30-7:30 pm; Wine Festival: 7:30-10:00 pm
Event location: Frontiers of Flight Museum, 6911 Lemmon Avenue, Dallas TX 75209
Tickets on sale: September 6, 2016
Gary Cogill and Hayley Hamilton Cogill announce newly launched weekly podcast. In Episode 6, Gary features the new Jason Bourne movie, and Hayley presents a steely, mineral intense, bone dry Riesling from Australia, because "it says so much without having to say anything at all...a lot like Matt Damon in the film." Subscription is free - support Hayley and Gary.
Chef Jon Bonnell is offering two two-night introductory wine courses at his Waters Restaurant. Choose July 12th and 14th ~OR~ July 26th and 28th (Tuesday & Thursday, 6:30-9:30pm). Over the two nights, participants will try 26 different wines paired with Chef Bonnell's dishes. $165, includes wine and food pairings for two nights. Call 817.984.1110 to reserve. Waters, Bonnell's Coastal Cuisine, 2901 Crockett Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107.