Rural Flavor: A Leavenworth County Wine & Grower Experience
The LvCo Wine Seminar is from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and tickets are required.
Experience the Rural Flavor of Leavenworth County in this one-of-a-kind wine class. Scott Kohl, the director of viticulture and enology at Highland Community College, will share what’s special about Kansas terroir and why the state is a great place to make wine. You’ll also learn what makes each of the county’s wineries unique and meet winemakers from Crescent Moon Winery; Holy-Field Vineyard & Winery; Z&M Twisted Vines Wines & Winery; and Irvine's Just Beyond Paradise. The class will be held in the Tonganoxie Public Library’s Community Room; tickets are required for entry to the class and includes snacks and samples; and all guests must be 21+ years old.
PLEASE NOTE: access to Rural Flavor farm vendors and speakers in the main area of the library is free and open to all ages from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. Next To Nature Farm, Diligent Farms and JET Produce & Meats will have products for sale; K-State Research & Extension Master Gardeners and Master Food Volunteers will give free presentations on growing, preserving and cooking with local fruit; and those 21+ can meet with local winemakers after the seminar concludes.
(Event sponsored by Rural Leavenworth Inc., Tonganoxie Farmers Market and Friends of the Tonganoxie Library)
Rural Flavor: A Leavenworth County Wi...
Date and Time
Tuesday Feb 13, 2024 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM CST
Tonganoxie public Library
217 E 4th St.
$17 Early Bird (21+)
Seating is limited.