WFSNY Events

  • 20

    MAY | 2019

    Hidden Gems of New York (5/20, 21, 22 or 23)

    “Hidden Gems of New York” combines little known hidden corners of New York, with great wine and food.  It is an annual event hosted by long-time member and life-long New Yorker, Joe [...]
  • 08

    APR | 2019

    Annual Gala (4/8, 9, 10 or 11)

  • 18

    MAR | 2019

    Dinner with the wines of Elio Grasso

    Gianluca Grasso will be in attendance to present the wines of Elio Grasso, including the phenomenal Barolo Rüncot Riserva. Restaurant to be determined. [...]
  • 11

    FEB | 2019

    Great Terrois of Italy: A tasting with Ian D’Agata

  • 28

    JAN | 2019

    BYOB Bordeaux - Exploring the Wines of Pauillac

  • 28

    NOV | 2018

    Dinner with Fritz Hatton of Arietta at Aureole

    Owner Fritz Hatton will share his acclaimed wines of Arietta made by one of Napa Valley’s most accomplished winemakers, Andy Ericsson (Harlan, Dalla Valle, Screaming Eagle).  The wines will [...]
  • 09

    NOV | 2018

    Dinner at Restaurant Daniel with Six Vintages of Chateau Mouton Rothschild

    Savor a sumptuous four course dinner at Daniel Boulud's elegant French flagship restaurant, Daniel, accompanied by six vintages of the first growth Bordeaux Château Mouton Rothschild, with [...]
  • 17

    OCT | 2018

    The wines of Emidio Pepe and Dinner

    Member Jack Gordon brings us a spectacular evening with Chiara De lulls Pepe who will share with us the portfolio of wines from the Estate of Emidio Pepe.  The star of [...]
  • 13

    OCT | 2018

    Walking Tour Arthur Avenue

    Angela Grande, Bob Pisani and Arthur Avenue resident and business development leader, Frank Franz take us back to the Bronx’s Little Italy for an interactive tour of Italian Specialty Food [...]
  • 06

    SEP | 2018

    Low Fill Wines - Fact and Fiction with Heritage Auctions

    THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. PLEASE CONTACT ROSE TO BE ADDED TO THE WAITLIST (908) 719-0550 OR ROSE@WFSNY.ORG   Event chairs and well known wine educators, Harriet and Bill Lembeck noticed after [...]