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Drink Wines From Vermont to Virginia at the Next Eater Wine Club

Join sommelier Lee Campbell for wines from the East Coast with food pairings from Teranga

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Update: This event has been postponed.

New York State is widely recognized as the home of the country’s first commercial winery; and while things may have slowed down since that 1839 vintage, Eastern winemaking is in the midst of an exciting time. The next Eater Wine Club on Wednesday, March 18 will guide guests through the renaissance of East Coast winemaking, lead by sommelier and wine consultant Lee Campbell, formerly the wine director for Andrew Tarlow’s restaurants. Campbell’s favorite wines from Vermont to Virginia will be paired with snacks from Teranga chef Pierre Thiam — it’s all included in the $55 ticket.

If you’re not able to make Wine Club on March 18, look out for tickets in the next couple of weeks for Test Kitchen events including:

  • Our next Book Club will be reading Iliana Regan’s Burn the Place
  • Later in April, Supper Club is back with chef Erik Ramirez, who will bring his restaurant Llama San to the Test Kitchen for one night
  • Winemaker Martha Stoumen will be hosting Wine Club in May — watch this space for more details on the theme...

Stay tuned for tickets to open up for these events and more.

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