Around the World in 80 Sips is Coming to Miami!

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Looking for something to sip on? On January 14, Bottlenotes will host "Around the World in 80 Sips" to give Miami one heck of a wine tasting. The night will take place at the architectural garage at 1111 Lincoln Road (space provided by Herzog & Meuron). The drinking begins at 8pm, but if you want to start off early, sign up for VIP tickets ($125 each); you will be able to try out elite wines that won't even be offered with the general admission.

Around the World in 80 Sips has already made its mark in cities like Chicago, San Francisco and New York, but is a newcomer to the Magic City. Guests will enjoy two hours of tasting more than 80 different wines from places likes Argentina, New Zealand and Spain. To add to the excitement, everyone will also get to pair their wine with artisanal cheese and charcuterie.

And this event is not only about trying out new wines to you are red in the face. The net proceeds will go toward the non-profit Overtown Music Project.

While general admission is $75 per person, Bottlenotes has graciously offered a $15 discount on tickets to our readers. Please use code "TIMES15" at the check out when you order your tickets here. We are ready to get our sip on, how about you?

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