Planning a Wine Event

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Are you hosting a wine event and want to use a local restaurant? Where do you start? Find out what goes into the pricing, planning, and logistics of holding a wine dinner for 5, 20, or even 50 people.

Join us as we talk with Danielle Staffieri from the Pinot Provence restaurant of the Patina Group in Orange County, CA. Danielle is an event planner, so listen in as we hear about how to reduce the stress by working with staff dedicated to making your wine dinner a big success.

For More Info: www.patinagroup.com

Sponsor: Champagne USA: www.champagne.us

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2 Responses to “Planning a Wine Event”


  1. 1 paul r Aug 5th, 2007 at 8:22 pm

    1st comment… wow… just listened to it… possibly lamest show ever….

    really a glorified advertisement for the pinot chain… would think that your listeners know more than what this show gave them…

    can’t help but to be sarcastic, but chardonnay first, then pinot, then cabernet…. hmmm… interesting…. have to put that in the thought bank… fyi clos des sens (http://www.closdessens.com/), a restaurant i recently dined at, could care less about turns… u make a reservation, the table is yours… its no doubt a reflection on the european v. american sensibility as opposed to the pinot chain specifically…

  2. 2 Jeff Aug 8th, 2007 at 12:22 pm

    I have to agree with paul r, this wasn’t the best show you’ve done. I ususally learn something or gain a newfound appreciation for a winemaker or winery. This seemed to be a comercial that presented some really basic information.

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