Pinot and charcuterie tasting at Glasses Wine Bar in Incline Village |

Pinot and charcuterie tasting at Glasses Wine Bar in Incline Village

Glasses Wine Bar is hosting a wine tasting event Friday.

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What: Pinot and charcuterie tasting

When: 5:30-7:30 p.m. Friday, April 19

Where: Glasses Wine Bar (760 Mays Blvd., Suite 8, Incline Village, Nev.)

Tickets: $20 per person


Fancy yourself a wine connoisseur? Looking for a fun night out? We’ve got you covered.

One of Incline Village’s best watering holes is hosting a special event highlighting good wine and tasty bites.

Glasses Wine Bar is hosting a pinot and charcuterie tasting Friday, April 19.

The evening will be led by Shannon DeDora, sommelier for Breakthru Beverage, a top distributor of luxury and premium wine and spirits in the U.S.

DeDora will guide lucky participants through a sampling of five different pinots from Oregon — known internationally for its wines. The evening’s selection will include a pinot gris.

Charcuterie will accompany the wines, and there will be special event pricing for bottles to go … just in case you taste something that strikes your fancy.

And to top it off, Brad Perry will be providing live music Friday evening.

At a cost of $20 per person, this is pretty much the perfect affordable date night. However, seating is limited, so best to check availability before hand (call 530-270-9463).

While wine and delicious snackable bites are pretty perfect in any situation, the venue for this event is what makes it truly worth forgoing your typical Friday night routine of Netflix and takeout.

Tahoe transplants Kathleen and Rob Martens opened Glasses in December 2016. Since then the couple has created a communal setting that feels like “Cheers” — it’s friendly and inviting.

As Kathleen told the Tribune in 2018, “We’re bringing the community together one glass at a time.”

Count us in.

Glasses Wine Bar is located at 760 Mays Blvd., #8 in Incline Village. Head to for more information about this fine establishment and other future events.

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