EXPO Wine & Microbrew Tasting

May 10, 2012  
Filed under Food, Things to do

The Largest Summer Event for Baby Boomers and Seniors in Vermont!

Free Admission!

Vermont Maturity Magazine is proud to present the 1st ANNUAL Central Vermont 50+EXPO on Saturday, June 9, 2012 at the Killington Grand Resort Hotel & Conference Center in beautiful Killington, Vermont from 9:30am-4pm!

The EXPO is open to all ages and offers a wide variety of exhibitors, art workshops, seminars, live entertainment, silent auction, wine tasting $5, microbrew tasting $5, great giveaways including tickets for two to see the Boston Red Sox and the New England Patriots, plane tickets to Boston and much more!



Don’t miss the Central Vermont 50+ EXPO’s exclusive wine and VT microbrew tastings. Tickets are limited—only 100 wine tastings and 200 microbrew tastings available—so arrive early!

Stop by the Vermont Maturity Booth (# 4) in the Oscar Ballroom to purchase tasting tickets, available for $5 each while supplies last.

Wine tasting – $5 fee

Try a selection of premium wines from a variety of celebrated vineyards:

• St. Francis Chardonnay (Sonoma, CA). A crisp Chardonnay with fresh flavors of butterscotch and pineapple from the traditional California vineyard. Perfect for a summer afternoon.

• Chateau Ste. Michelle Riesling (Washington). A bold-flavored wine complemented by hints of sweet lime and peach.

• Graffigna Malbec (Argentina). Take a trip to South America with an intense, complex malbec. A velvety wine with berry aromas.

• St. Francis Cabernet Sauvignon (Sonoma, CA). A classic, rich red with subtle black currant flavors.

VT Microbrew Tasting – $5 fee

Sample some of Vermont’s most popular microbrews:

• Long Trail Blackberry Wheat (Bridgewater). Vermont’s quintessential summer beverage, a refreshing golden beer with just a hint of fruit.

• Long Trail Brewmaster Series Coffee Stout. Part of Long Trail’s limited-release specialty line, made with Vermont Coffee Company’s fair trade, organic coffee. A rich and satisfying gourmet stout.

• Switchback (Burlington). Vermont’s favorite draft-only amber ale, smooth and clean.

• Harpoon IPA (Windsor). Strong hoppy flavors and a clean finish shine through in Harpoon’s flagship beer.


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