Move the Passion! December 3rd! A Fun Veneto Wine Tasting Tour in NYC.

Move the Passion, Veneto Wines walking/driving tour in NYC on December 3rd, 6-10 pm.

Move the Passion, Veneto Wines walking/driving tour in NYC on December 3rd, 6-10 pm.

If you love the best of Italian Prosecco DOC and DOCG,  Soave and even delicious lesser known red and white wines from the Veneto, you will appreciate Move The Passion, which begins this evening in New York City.

Move the Passion is a wine tasting event where you will be able to walk or be driven around to various areas of New York City to sample and discover the best wines from the Veneto which is Italy’s top wine producing region. The U.Vi.Ve. is the consortium of the Veneto wine producers to ensure the highest standards of Veneto wines, including their quality and uniformity. They have organized for the entire month of December a celebration of their finest wines highlighted throughout the city with various events.

Move the Passion is such an event. It offers wine lovers the unique opportunity to discover amazing Italian wines at 7 wonderful wine locations in New York City.  The walking Veneto Wine tour will take place on December 3rd from 6 to 10 pm and will take in the following venues:

Arclinea:  21 East 26th Street

Astor Center:  399 Lafayette St.

Giovanni Rana Restaurant: 75 9th Ave.

Maslow 6: 211 West Broadway

Revel Restaurant: 10 Little West 12th St.

Urbani Truffles: 10, West end Avenue (between 59th and 60th)

Risotteria Melotti: 309 E 5th St.

Reds and whites from the Veneto.

Reds and whites from the Veneto.

You will be tasting sumptuous wines and fabulous food to go with them including  truffles, rice (risotto), home made pasta, panettone, cheese and more.



Was it Jack Kerouac who said, “There is wisdom in wine?”  Go for it!

Posted on December 3, 2013, in European Wines, Food, Wine Tastings and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. I love the idea of a walking wine tasting. Goood luck with it.

  2. Yes, it’s a great idea. The weather was good and not freezing. It was easier to take one’s car…at that hour there was parking near the venues. It was cool.

  3. I really like the way you presented your post. I am neither a wine love nor do I know much about wine. But your post is really great.

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