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Black Wine Night

A festive celebration of wines and spooky-themed food, this event is a night where everything is black—your clothes, the food, the venue, and the Riedel wine glasses. Black Wine Night is a blind tasting event, and includes a 4-course dinner noir. Vinology’s Chef Adam Galloway is preparing a special menu for the event that features a range of inspired, seasonal dishes and locally-sourced food. Black Wine Night wines will include five different wines that attendees will enjoy guessing the brand and type. Reservations can be made by calling Vinology at 734-222-9841.

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  • Vinology

    110 S. Main St., Ann Arbor Greater Ann Arbor Area

    734-222-9841

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