Stylistic Diversity at Pinot Days - Navy Pier

We’ve brought you musical plays, Build-a-Bear workshops, and oodles and oodles of fudge, ice cream, and other unhealthy vices that the kids love.

But this next event is strictly for the grown-ups. Pinot Days hits Navy Pier Saturday, November 12th, from 1-5pm. And don’t let the $50 fee turn you off; there will be 70 different producers present pouring a plethora of pinots (how’s that for a tongue twister?) to fully encompass the theme of this year– “Stylistic Diversity”.


Why Stylistic Diversity, you ask?

Because as any wine expert knows, (or anybody that has Googled wine before,) Pinot is a beautifully diverse wine, compatible with any mood, season, or cuisine.


Pinot Days Chicago goes Broader!

 Our theme for this year, Stylistic Diversity, calls attention to the obvious: Pinot noir is beautifully, insanely versatile! You can find a pinot for every palate, every mood, and every cuisine under the sun. This year over 70 pinot producers will pour an amazingly broad array of pinots from California and far, far beyond.

Saturday’s Grand Tasting will showcase over 60 phenomenal producers of pinot noir. Consumers will be able to sample up to 150 pinots from every important domestic pinot noir region, from the Russian River Valley to Oregon, Carneros to the Santa Lucia Highlands, the Anderson Valley to the Sonoma Coast.


Don’t believe us? See and taste for yourself!

Vendors from California and beyond will be presenting 150+ kinds of pinot from all over the world, so that anyone (and their brothers. And their mothers. And their third-cousin twice removed,) can find a pinot they love.

All you have to do is bring $50, your taste buds, and the desire to drink some good wine! Oh, and a word to the wise– Don’t show up with an empty stomach.

We’ll see you at the Pier November 12th!


Check out this video for more info on Pinot Days Grand Festival at Navy Pier!

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