The biggest coming together of some of the best natural wine growers in the world. With over 100 growers, RAW Wine takes place on October 27th and 28th and will give you a chance to meet the minds behind natural wine growing.
Founder Sheila Donohue presents Organic Italian wine to Culinary Institute of America.
SLAWC is back for the Fall featuring Piedmontese wines direct from VeroVino with our very own CEO and Somm, Sheila Donohue! Held in a private Windsor Hills residence, we'll feature first-time imported wines plus specially crafted food small bites from chef Angela Bryant-Tyler.
Tickets are $45, which includes 4 wines, education from Sheila, and food pairings. Click here to purchase your tickets today!
An innovative event that celebrates the kindness of individuals that are able to help the homeless cats of LA, through architecture and design. There will be a display of out-door dwellings for community cats and one-of-a-kind food bowl pieces supported by FixNation, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit that provides free spay/neuter programs for homeless cats.
What could be better than groovy music, deliscious food & drinks and meeting wonderful people? Maybe all of the above while supporting a great cause!
A portion of the proceeds from the Westside Food and Wine Festival benefit the Westside Food Bank. Their mission is to end hunger in our communities by providing access to free and nutritious food through food acquisition and distribution.
Join VeroVino for an evening of art and wine appreciation mixed together along with mingling and having fun at Kathryn Markel Fine Arts gallery in Chelsea, NYC on July 18th.
Be sure to register online for the event by July 17th or sooner to secure your spot as space is limited. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn, have fun and make broaden your network!
Celebrate #worldlambruscoday on June 21st by trying artisanal, earthy, dry Lambrusco from small producer Bugno Martino at Aliso Viejo Country Club in Southern California. Other tasty craft VeroVino wines will be showcased including Torre Matilde from Tuscany and Braschi from Romagna.