May 13, 2019

‘The Art of Wine’ Grand Wine Tasting set for Saturday, June 8th

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Proceeds to benefit The House of the Seven Gables

‘The Art of Wine’ Grand Wine Tasting has been announced for Saturday, June 8th, 2019 at the historic House of the Seven Gables. Approximately 100 wines will be available for tasting on the Gables beautiful outdoor lawn area overlooking Salem Harbor. Guests will also enjoy light bites and music. Proceeds from this charitable event benefit the Gables. The event is spearheaded by Salem Wine Imports. It will feature tastings of many premiere wines including some valued at up to $100 per bottle.

“We are excited for everyone to come together and enjoy so many fantastic wines and varietals – including some high-end wines that are truly unique,” says Salem Wine Imports owner Kathy Genis. “Most importantly, it’s an enjoyable way to support this wonderful historic property and their mission.”

The evening will also include a silent auction featuring bottled wine and a Gift Certificate for two for a Salem Food Tour. Wine can be ordered on the day of the event. “We encourage attendees to take advantage of the generous case discounts on the wine, the savings are tremendous. With summer coming you’ll get a chance to compare so many terrific wines for your indoor or outdoor dinner party” says Genis. “Event tickets also make for a perfect Mother’s Day gift, or for the wine lover in your life.”

The event will run rain or shine (tent covering tasting area) from 5:00pm-8: 00 pm. Event Tickets are now on sale for $38pp and can be picked up at Salem Wine Imports, 32 Church Street in Salem, or by calling 978-741-9463. They can also be purchased online at (fees apply). Here is the event facebook page.

Tickets are expected to sell out, advance purchase highly recommended.

About Salem Wine Imports

Salem Wine Imports is located at 32 Church Street in historic, downtown Salem, Massachusetts. Salem Wine Imports carefully selects wines that come from small producers, who grow their own grapes and have been making wine for generations. They taste all wines before they purchase and stock wines that have a sense of place, along with tastes of the soil and region, of its birth. Their focus is on small production artisan wines, where sometimes “faults” (as in deviating from the norm), are actually attributes, making the wine unique and more enjoyable. They welcome all those that
appreciate wine, from the casual enthusiast to the expert aficionado. Weekly wine tastings are available every Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6:30 pm excluding major holidays.