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From the Gambero Rosso site:
The Tre Bicchieri event, now considered the most important North American presentation of premium Italian wines, will showcase 152 award-winning producers in New York.
Sister events with will take place in San Francisco, at Fort Mason with 107 wine producers on February 24th, and, for the first time, in Chicago with 96 award-winning producers on February 26th.
TRE BICCHIERI event locations and details:
NEW YORK: February 22nd
2.00 - 7:00 PM trade and press4.00 - 7:00 PM publicMetropolitan Pavilion125 West 18th Street By invitation only - invitation required at the door. SAN FRANCISCO: February 24th2.00 - 7:00 PM trade and press4.00 - 7:00 PM publicFort Mason Center, Herbst Pavilion By invitation only - invitation required at the door.
CHICAGO: February 26th2.00 - 7:00 PM trade and press4.00 - 7:00 PM publicUnion Station210 South Canal Street By invitation only - invitation required at the door.
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How does one garner an invitation???
john hughes |
01/29/2010 at 09:33 AM
I started getting them after sucking up to them on their websites as an important American blogger about Italian wines.
All it takes is shameless brown-nosing.
01/29/2010 at 09:51 AM
BTW, members of the great unwashed can go at 4 pm. Sans invite. I forget what they charge. But it's not excessive.
Hint: Show up @ 4 because a lot of the Italian junketeers start packing up their stuff at/even before 6.
01/29/2010 at 10:00 AM
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