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Quit your wine-ing, inaugural winter booze fest announced

Quit your wine-ing, inaugural winter booze fest announced

Mike Thomas

Just can’t wait for the next Columbus Summer Wine Festival? Looks like you won’t have to (minus the “Summer” part, at least).

The organizers behind the popular annual wine event, MGN and CD102.5 for the Kids, are expanding the franchise by adding a winter event. Like the summer event, proceeds from the festival will benefit CD102.5 for the Kids.

“The Columbus Summer Wine Festival has succeeded beyond our expectations,” said festival co-owner and president of MGN, Mike Gallicchio in a release. “Columbus has such a great community of wine lovers, and we think the winter event is right for Columbus.”

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The first Columbus Winter Wine Festival will take place on Saturday, February 29 at Brewmaster’s Gate located at 495 South Front Street in Columbus’ Brewery District. The festival features a selection of over 40 wines, along with food trucks and a curated selection of artisan vendors.

Tickets to the event (which include ten wine tasting tickets and a commemorative sampling glass) are currently on sale through Eventbrite. Pre-sale tickets to the Columbus Winter Wine Festival are $25 per person through February 1 and $30 per person starting February 2. Day-of tickets can be purchased at the gate for $35.

For more information about the Columbus Winter Wine Festival, visit them on Facebook or at ColumbusWineFest.com.

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