The Chapman Museum’s 14th Annual Wine & Chocolate Tasting will take place Friday, November 15, from 5:30 to 8 pm at the Queensbury Hotel. This annual event, which draws hundreds of people, is a perfect opportunity to gear up for the coming holiday season by gathering with friends and acquaintances for a fun, relaxing evening.
Attendees will be able to sample more than 70 domestic and imported wines selected by Adirondack Wine Merchants, locally produced cheeses, chocolates and desserts. New this year are artisanal spirits tables and music provided by King’s English.
Returning food vendors include Barkeater Chocolates, Dancing Ewe Farm, Rock Hill Bakehouse, Saratoga Chocolate Co., Sugarloaf Farm, and Worldling’s Pleasure. New this year are The Chocolate Spoon, Sundae’s Best, and Rachel’s Café & Spice Co.
The event includes a silent auction of wine themed baskets, a raffle, and a Classic Photobooth compliments of Hudson River Community Credit Union. Prizes include a wine cabinet custom built by Martin Seelye, a wheel barrow filled with wines, and Adirondack Thunder Flex Packs
Tickets: $45/person if purchased by Nov. 8, and $50/person after Nov 8.
They may be purchased at the Chapman Museum, 348 Glen Street, Glens Falls; online at www.ChapmanMuseum.org
or by phone at (518) 793-2826.
A Finer Experience, the exclusive wine and food pairing event associated with Wine & Chocolate, will take place Thursday, November 14, from 6 to 8 pm at Seasoned, 14 Hudson Avenue, Glens Falls.
For this special evening, a variety of wines selected by Adirondack Wine Merchants will be paired with food courses selected, prepared and served by SUNY Adirondack Culinary Arts students.
Reservations are $125/person if purchased by Nov. 8.; $150/ person after Nov. 8. Seating is limited; advance reservations are required. Tickets may be purchased at the Chapman Museum or by phone at (518) 793-2826. The ticket includes admission to Wine & Chocolate on Nov. 15th.
The event is Sponsored by Bartlett, Pontiff, Stewart & Rhodes, P.C.
For more information, call the Chapman Museum at (518) 793-2826.