Red has been done—let’s paint the town pinot! Anything but your average wine tasting, Pinot Days is the largest gathering of pinot noir producers in the world, and this weekend it returns once more to our picturesque Lakeview Terrace. This Saturday, April 26, 60 wine producers from across the country will gather right here at Navy Pier for the opportunity to sip and share their finely fermented creations in an intimate setting with fellow wine lovers like you!
Pinot Days Chicago will feature producers from all the most important domestic pinot noir regions, including the Russian River Valley, Oregon, Carneros, the Santa Lucia Highlands, Anderson Valley, and the Sonoma Coast. Attendees will have the opportunity to sample up to 150 pinots including some that were previously unavailable in Illinois! Taste gems from Buena Vista Winery, Sojourn Cellars, Wren Hop Vineyards and Amalie Robert Estate. For the full list of exhibitors, visit the Pinot Days website.
To these winemakers, pinot noir isn’t just a wine; it’s an art form. And they want to share their sweet masterpieces with as many of you as possible! Bring your wine-loving friends and join them in savoring their flavorful fermentations in a friendly and intimate setting this weekend.
The Grand Festival will take place April 26 in the Lakeview Terrace room and is limited to only 1,000 attendees. Trade tasting is from 12–2 p.m., and the public tasting is from 2–5 p.m. VIP tasting and seminar passes have already sold out, but general admission tickets are still available for $75. On-site parking is available in the garage for $25. Visit the Navy Pier website for directions and public transportation options.
Spaces are limited, so don’t wait; buy your ticket today!