Wine Tasting, Mixer and Tour at Hill Center
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The last date listed for Wine Tasting, Mixer and Tour at Hill Center was Friday November 8, 2013 / 7:00pm.
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Climb aboard the Patriot II, a multi-million-dollar high-speed catamaran, and set sail on a one-hour cruise of the Potomac, taking in the sights of the capitol, the national monuments and other attractions that make D.C. so picturesque. Keep your camera handy for the panoramic scenes that capture the wondrous horizon along the Potomac River. While on board, you can let the wind blow through your hair on an outdoor deck, or relax in the climate-controlled interior cabin, and enjoy snacks and refreshments available for purchase from two onboard bars. Learn More
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This event runs from 7:00pm to 9:00pm.
Your ticket includes:
A Glass of Wine
5 Additional Wine Samples
Featured wines include:
Riondo Soave – a new style of Soave, a refreshing pink cocktail wine
Piazzo Chardonnay — a flavorful chardonnay from the highest altitudes of Northwest Piedmont, Italy.
Horton Cabernet Franc — Aromas of violets and tar combined with spicy oak flavors
result in a wine with a firm structure, ripe fruit and a spicy finish.
Trentadue Merlot — This consistent Gold Medal Winner has concentrated complex aromas and flavors of blackberry, cassis, plums and chocolate.
Piazzo Moscato d’asti — This dessert wine bursting with fruit flavors, such as pineapple, peach and pear, is light and refreshing with a slight fizz.
A Tour of Hill Center:
In 2011 the Old Naval Hospital, which was built in 1863 during the Civil War, was reborn as Hill Center. Hill Center has become a bustling hub of activity in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, attracting multitudes of visitors each week to attend everything from documentary film screenings, concerts and educational classes. Learn how the facility functioned during the different phases of its history. Who was Benjamin Drummond, Ammi B. Young or Michael Shiner, and what significance do they have in Civil War D.C.?