Louisville, Kentucky – The Westport Whiskey & Wine store in Westport Village announces a special Fine Art of Fine Wine event on Friday, October 10th, from 6:30-8:30 pm. The event will feature a new liquor-themed art exhibit with wine tasting, and food sampling provided by locally-owned ValuMarket. The cost is $5.“We are thrilled to exhibit the new work of local artist Gena Neumann,” said Chris Zaborowski, proprietor of Westport Whiskey & Wine. “As an internationally exhibited artist, Gena brings a global perspective to her work, especially in her passion for painting food and alcohol.” The wines for tasting at the event will be:RedsLouis Martini Sonoma Cabernet SauvignonFrei Brothers Reserve Pinot NoirWilliam Hill Napa Cabernet SauvignonBridlewood Central Coast SyrahGhost Pines Cabernet SauvignonGhost Pines MerlotWhitesBridlewood Viognier
Frei Brothers Reserve Chardonnay
About Westport Whiskey & Wine
Officially opened on June 12, 2008 in Westport Village shopping center, Westport Whiskey & Wine offers an exciting new twist on traditional liquor stores, because it has both a bar and a retail package license. Dual licensure allows the store to hold tastings every Thursday night and conduct educational classes that include product sampling. With an inventory of more than 1400 wines and a premium selection of spirits, the focus is on helping customers explore and appreciate wines and spirits from around the world at many different price points.Store hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Wednesday; 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Thursday through Saturday; and 1 to 5 p.m., Sunday.
About Gena Neumann
Gena Neumann is a life-long Louisvillian. She is well known in the local art community and is gaining notoriety throughout the East Coast and abroad.Her series “City of Angels and Devils” influences her latest works with those little devils raising havoc and trying to tempt the fallen angels with their revelry. Visit www.ARTaFx.com for more information.
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