Check out the website for iYellow Wine Club:
There's also an online wine store that you can purchase from. I'd like to order 5 of everything please! =)
There were 4 wine stations throughout the gallery, each serving various wines from the Santa Rita winery. There were also 2 food stations (yummy!). One station was devoted to desserts and the other at the back of the gallery had delicious finger foods by Alex Tso (a chef at Chez Victor Restaurant & Bar | Hotel Le Germain, Toronto, Ontario). The dj's kept the music playing (thank you!) and the art work hanging in the gallery started some interesting conversations. It was a nice location for this type of event. We were even given Santa Rita winery loot bags at the end of the night (one of the items was a bottle opener - perfect since I broke mine).
"In honor of 120 patriots who helped lead Chile to independence in 1814. 120 wines are young, elegant and fruity—perfectly balanced with soft tannins and acidity. Their exceptional value makes the 120 range ideal for everyday enjoyment." - www.santaritawine.com
There were 8 wines to sample during the evening:
120 Sauvignon Blanc $10.45
120 Cabernet Sauvignon $10.45
Reserva Sauvignon Blanc $13.95
Reserva Chardonnay $13.95
Floresta Leyda Sauvignon Blanc $19.95
Premium lines of Santa Rita sampled:
Pehuen Carmenere $54.95
Triple C $49.95
Casa Real Cabernet Sauvignon $59.95
Chile is one of the most perfect countries to grow wine...err...grapes for wine.
To sign up for your free membership for the iYellow Wine Club:
The membership offers you discounts, monthly news letters and of course, invitations to join in on the wine tours and events.
To see pictures (photos courtesy of Wendi Marchioni) of the SantaRitalicious evening:
Thank goodness the photos of me dancing up a storm on the mini-dancefloor didn't make the gallery! whew!