Franklin Wine Festival takes place Oct 12th at The Factory at Franklin. Just ahead of the main event will be two Vintner’s dinners. The first dinner will take place on Thursday, September 27 at Sperry’s Cool Springs, where guests will be treated to a multi-course dinner in the private dining room with Papaietro Perry winery at 6:30 p. Limited reservations are available for $100 per person. Contact email@example.com to reserve.
Then on Thursday, October 4, Flemings will host a multi-course dinner with Whitehall Lane Winery. Dinner begins at 6:30 p and tickets are $100. To take part in the dinner, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve.
The Franklin Wine Festival “Grand Tasting” features more than 300 wines, sampling from 30 restaurants, a silent auction, and live entertainment on multiple stages. The event is celebrating its 14th anniversary this year having provided more than $1.9 million for Big Brothers Big Sisters in its legacy. Tickets for the October 12 Grand Tasting which will include the crowning of the new King and Queen of the Vines are available now at www.FranklinWineFestival.com.
The funds raised by the Franklin Wine Festival events will be used to serve more children with a mentor across Middle Tennessee through Big Brothers Big Sisters programs. Children with a mentor make better, safer choices in life which in turn reduces crime, improves graduation rates, and lays the groundwork for an overall economic benefit to the Middle Tennessee community.
For more information about the 2018 King and Queen of the Vines Royal Court, visit www.franklinwinefestival.com.