Marian Hyun and Gregory Harris will be hosting a wine tasting at their home to benefit JCE on Friday, September 23rd, from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., $50. Jonathan Laufer of Red, White, and You Wine Events will talk about wines from regions relating to jazz dance and pour four wines for you to taste. Read more about Jonathan Laufer.
Please join us for wine, food, and the satisfaction of doing your part to keep jazz dance vibrant in New York! You will have the opportunity to purchase wines tasted at the event at a discount, so you’ll also be able to share your wines and new knowledge to impress your friends (or keep the wines for yourself). Space is limited to 20 people, so please contact Marian at marian (at) jazzchoreographyenterprises.org or 212-369-8775 to reserve your spot.
You can also pay online by clicking on the Donate button below. Enter in $50 for each ticket you wish reserved.
With 20 years’ experience in the wine industry, Jonathan brings an incomparable expertise and passion for wine to work every day. He ensures that only the greatest quality of wines are shared with you by tasting over 100 wines per week. Although he loves wine from around the globe, the three categories closest to his heart are small-production wines from Piedmont, Burgundy and “grower” Champagnes. Jonathan was the Manager and Wine Director at the Grand Opening of Eli Zabar’s WINE and Taste Restaurant since its inception and then worked there for over six years. After that, he was a partner at the successful opening of the Upper East Side Wine Store “Manhattan Wine Xchange.” Now, he proudly works as a Fine Wine Consultant and Buyer for McCabes Wines and Spirits, one of the Upper East Side’s finest shops for over 30 years. He also has his own company, “Red, White,and You Wine Events,” where he frequently holds both private tastings and wine seminars for clients. He holds an advanced certificate in Wine Education from the Wine & Spirits Education Trust. Jonathan has traveled the globe to the best wine regions and is always looking for that next “great find” to pair with your meal. A resident of the Upper East Side and native New Yorker, he feels there is no bad question to be asked when talking about wine!