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2013-06-19

CAFFÈ STORICO CELEBRATES NEW YORK WINERIES WITH SUMMER WINE TASTING SERIES

Stephen Starr’s Italian Restaurant in the New-York Historical Society Museum Offering Summer Wine Tastings with New York Wine Makers

June 19, 2013
- This summer, Caffè Storico, a Stephen Starr restaurant located in the New York-Historical Society, will host a series of Saturday wine tastings featuring vineyards from the state of New York. The tasting events are part of the New-York Historical Society’s ‘Taste of New-York’ series and will highlight New York wine makers as they discuss their wine-making process as well as the history of their vineyard.

Beginning Saturday, June 22, the summer tastings will take place each Saturday at 5:00 p.m., with a break on July 6 for the July 4th holiday. The full line-up includes:

· June 22: Dr. Frank's Vinifera Wine Cellars

· June 29: Shinn Estate Vineyards

· July 13: Brooklyn Oenology Winery

· July 20: Raphael Vineyard & Winery

· July 27: Bedell Cellars

· August 3: Palmer Vineyards

· August 10: Macari Vineyard

· August 17: Red Tail Ridge Winery

· August 24: Brotherhood Winery

· August 31: Cereghino Smith


The wine tastings will be ticketed at the price of $22 or $20 for New-York Historical Society members. Tickets can be purchased in advance online or by calling (212) 485-9268. Caffè Storico is located in the New-York Historical Society Museum at 170 Central Park West. Guests must be 21 or older to enjoy the tastings.

About the New-York Historical Society

Founded in 1804, the New-York Historical Society has a mission to explore the richly layered history of New York City and State and the country, and to serve as a national forum for the discussion of issues surrounding the making and meaning of history.

New York Historical is recognized for engaging the public with deeply researched and far-ranging exhibitions, such as Alexander Hamilton: The Man Who Made Modern America; Slavery in New York; Nature and the American Vision: The Hudson River School at the New-York Historical Society; Grant and Lee in War and Peace; Lincoln and New York; The Grateful Dead: Now Playing at the New-York Historical Society; Nueva York, Revolution! The Atlantic World Reborn and AIDS in New York: The First Five Years on view until September 15th. Supporting these exhibitions and related education programs is one of the world’s greatest collections of historical artifacts, works of American art, and other materials documenting the history of the United States and New York.

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