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Italy: A Wine Tasting Tutorial

2017 Phi Beta Kappa Boston
Annual Wine Tasting

Thursday, June 1, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Hastings Room
First Church in Cambridge, 11 Garden St., Cambridge, MA
$45; $40 (PBK Boston members)


Tickets




PBK Association of Boston cordially invites you to attend our 2017 PBK Boston Scholarship Fundraiser, the Annual Wine Tasting. We will be led by the fine wine expert, Niall McCallum, Northeast Manager of Neil Empson Selections, an Italian portfolio that has been importing fine Italian wines since 1970. Niall has been in the wine industry since 1985 and with Empson since 1996. He holds a degree in history from the University of Maryland. Niall will introduce us to a variety of Italian wines, reminding us why Italy has been a premier wine-maker for over two millennia.

All proceeds from this event go to the PBK Boston Scholarship Fund. Scholarships are awarded to deserving college students in Massachusetts. Tickets can be purchased on PayPal at pbkboston.org. Price: $45, PBK Boston members, $40, and amounts above ticket price are welcome. Seats are limited. If you cannot attend the wine tasting, please consider donating to the PBK Scholarship Fund.

We look forward to seeing you on June 1st “to promote scholarship, friendship, and cultural interests.” RSVP by May 29th to Margarita Fenn at margarita@pbkboston.org.

*There is metered parking around First Church and Cambridge Common Park across from it. The Harvard Square T-stop and bus stops are two blocks away.


Phi Beta Kappa Association of Boston is affiliated with the national Phi Beta Kappa Society and upholds its ideals. Our association seeks to engage PBK members living in the greater Boston area in a variety of activities and events geared toward the PBK ideals through lectures, networking, discussions, cultural events, and other activities. In the past we have hosted happy hours; engaged speakers on a range of political, historical, and social topics; raised scholarship money at wine tasting events. We welcome your participation and your input.