Reno’s monthly Wine Walk gets holiday twist
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What: Ugly Sweater Wine Walk
When: Saturday, Dec. 17, 2 p.m.
Where: Riverwalk District
Every third Saturday of the month, Riverwalk Merchants Association hosts a Wine Walk along the Truckee River and streets in downtown Reno. Join the organization this weekend with a special holiday-themed event: The Ugly Sweater Wine Walk.
For only $20, sample wine at over 20 participating locations from 2-5 p.m.
“Go to the participating merchant of your choice, and, for a $20 wine-tasting ticket fee and valid photo ID, you’ll receive a wine glass and a wristband that allows you to sample wine at any participating merchant,” states the Riverwalk District website.
Don your ugly sweater and come out for one of Reno’s hottest monthly events. In fact, the walk won Reno News & Review’s Best Monthly Event in Downtown Reno three years in a row.
Participating Wine Walk locations include Antonio’s Mexican Grill, Imperial Bar & Lounge, La Terre Verte, Kalifornia Jean Bar, Pizanos Pizza, Sierra Tap House and many more.
Attendees must be at least 21 years of age, and glasses are available at 15 of the participating locations. On the day of the event, maps of the Wine Walk merchants will be given out on location at participating Riverwalk District merchants.
View the list of participating spots at http://www.renoriver.org, where additional information can also be found.
Interested in attending? You can also learn more on Facebook, call 775-825-9255 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Reno Riverwalk District is located at 148 West Street in Reno, Nevada.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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