Special Wine Makers Dinner Event at The Manor, New Jersey

Date: April 24, 2006 (Mon)
Time: Starts at 6:30 PM
Phone: 973-731-2360
Email: info at (if you need more info)
Cost: $140.00/person + tax gratuity($175.00)
Venue: The Manor,
West Orange, New Jersey.
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Wine Appreciation Event

Date: Feb 09, 2006 (Thu)
Time: 7:00PM
Email: jackiegreene87(at)
Cost: $65 members, $75 member companions, $80 non-members

Venue: The Village Cellar Restaurant
19 Valley Street
South Orange, New Jersey 07079

Event Details:
The NJ Chapter of Women for Winesense is excited to present this special wine and food pairing dinner at the fabulous Village Cellar Restaurant in South Orange. Join us for the specially prepared 4 small course meal accompanied by wines chosen by the chef and sommelier. This will be a great evening.

Our chapter is new and looking for members. Women for Winesense is a national non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the positive aspects of wine in fun and educational tastings and events like this one. Members receive discounts on all the events.

You need to register online for this event at Members: $65 , member companions: $75 and non-members $80. You will receive the discounted rate if you become a member online.

Please see website or email for more information.
More Info: Women for Winesense

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