Great wine and a 1940’s Havana Night Club themed party? We’re in.
Every year we look forward to Wine Enthusiast’s Red & White Bash held in various cities across the US, and this year we’re counting down the minutes until the two events in New York on May 1st & Chicago on June 19th. The Red and White Bash will be a spectacular, spectacle of an event. A 25,000 square foot film studio in the Meatpacking district of NYC will be transformed into a glamorous 1940’s Havana Nights club. 35 of the best wine and spirits producers from around the world will be passing out only 90+ rated wines/spirits to thirsty guests. The sounds of the night will be led by Spanglish Fly, an old school Spanish Harlem-style bugalù band that mixes salsa with rhythm and blues to create a truly unique sound. Upstairs, Bacardi will be mixing up craft cocktails and there will be restaurants from all over the city cooking / serving up small plates of exotic delicacies.
100% of ticket proceeds will be going to a wonderful charity, Wine-to-Water, which provides clean drinking water to developing countries around the world.
We have a special ticket code for our Room 100 readers for the NYC event with the code “Room 100” which can be used here.
In Chicago? Here’s a link for a special ticket code for you here.
It’s going to be a wild night.