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Thursday, June 6, 2013

Friday To-Do: Arkansas Times Celebrate the Grape

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Celebrate the Grape is Friday at Sixth and Main in Argenta pic
  • Celebrate the Grape is Friday at Sixth and Main in Argenta.

ARKANSAS TIMES CELEBRATE THE GRAPE
6 p.m. Sixth and Main in Argenta. $25 adv., $30 door.


UPDATE: We're close to selling out, so don't wait to buy your tickets. TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT!


Who doesn't love wine, right? And I'm not talking about your Night Train or your Wild Irish Rose. I'm talking about the good stuff — wines that have subtle notes of aloe and creosote and minerally noses and herbal smokiness and bright apple finishes that dance on the palate before dissolving into a charred blackberry finish that lingers for days and so forth.

Well if you're into the good stuff, then you should definitely clear off your calendar for Celebrate the Grape this Friday, because your good pals at the Arkansas Times are going to throw down with some very excellent wines — more than 200 of them, in fact. And what goes better with vino than food and music? So we've got food lined up from Argenta Market, Cafe Bossa Nova, Crush Wine Bar, The Italian Kitchen at Lulav and Reno's Argenta Cafe, and music from Rodney Block & The Real Music Lovers and The Rex Bell Trio featuring Kasie Lunsford.

In case you missed it, our cover story from last week had all the details. Check it out. And you can get your tickets here.

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