Private Wine Tasting Party

Have you ever wondered what a port wine from the Douro Valley in Portugal tastes like? Or, how about a Sangiovese from Italy?
A private tasting party at Wine on Main is just the way to find out.

Due to COVID-19, social distancing requirement will affect the number of attendees.

We make this memorable experience easy. Relax in our charming tasting room while you explore wines from around the world and we share our love and knowledge of wine.

Private Wine Tasting Party

(5 or more attendees)(weekdays only)
Price: $25/person (host N/C)
6 Wines
19 oz Riedel Wine Glass
Light snacks
Wine Trivia giveaways
Reservations required

Traditional Wine Tasting

(less than 5 attendees)(weekdays only)
Price: $12/person
4 Wines
Light snacks
Reservations required

Saturday Wine Tastings

Price: No Charge
3 Wines
No Reservations required

Need a creative idea for an event? Host a tasting for a birthday party, night out with friends, shower or another festivity at Wine on Main.

A fun and affordable evening for everyone*.
Contact us today to pick the tasting for you and save your date.
* Must be 21 years old or older. 
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Welcome to Wine on Main Trivia! This is just a taste of what you'll get when you join us for our special trivia & wine tasting events. Test your wine knowledge now!

A typically has lighter tannins than Cabernet Sauvignon or Petite Sirah, so this red wine pairs with the greatest range of foods.  Wines with excessive tannins can be difficult to pair with foods because they can overpower many dishes.
When all of the components in a wine combine well and do not overpower each other.  When all components are in , the wine is considered to be ready to drink.  Sometimes this occurs immediately or sometimes not until the wine has undergone extensive aging.
Do you know how far back in history wine can be traced?
Who was the first U.S. president to serve wines made in the United States at the white house?
This bar staple is most commonly served in cocktails, but is actually a wine that can also be served on its own as an aperitif. What is it?
Where are wines from the Columbia Valley from?
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