Tulsa tasting to help heal wine country

Restaurateurs, wine brokers and shops will hold a benefit for the fire-ravaged regions of California wine country hosted on October 29



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Together, Tulsa restaurateurs, Oklahoma wine brokers and wine shops will hold a food and wine event benefiting the fire-ravaged regions of Mendocino, Napa, and Sonoma wine country hosted at Polo Grill in Utica Square on Sunday afternoon October 29, from 1-3 p.m.

A tax deductible donation of $100 will allow guests to receive a tasting glass for the event. The funds will be distributed to these communities through the following charitable foundations.

  • Napa Valley Community Foundation’s Disaster Relief Fund
  • Community Foundation of Sonoma County’s Resilience Fund
  • Community Foundation of Mendocino County Disaster Fund of Mendocino County

“We serve and enjoy wines, cheeses, olive oils, and an assortment of other culinary items that are produced by these affected regions on a daily basis,” states Robert Merrifield, proprietor/chef of Polo Grill. “The agricultural producers of the Heartland in Oklahoma understand the work ethic that goes into making these products and we want to support rebuilding the lives and livelihoods of our fellow purveyors.”

Chairpersons Janet McGehee and Bryan Close head the current list of participants:

Restaurants include Bodean Seafood, Biga, Cox Event Center, Justin Thompson Restaurants, McGill's, Mahogany Prime Steakhouse, Summit Club, and Polo Grill with support coming from OSU Culinary Program and Students.

Oklahoma Wine Brokers include Dynamic Brands, Premium Brands, Provisions Fine Beverage Purveyors, Republic National Distributing, Southern Glazers Wine and Spirits, and Thirst Wine Merchants.

Supporting wine shops include Ranch Acres, Grand Vin, and others.

 

 

From the Heartland to Wine Country

Food and wine tasting event benefiting the fire-ravaged areas of California. Sunday, October 29, 1-3 p.m. Polo Grill, 2038 Utica Square. Purchase tickets here.

 

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