Who is the Bacchanalian Society of Omaha?
The Bacchanalian Society of Omaha is a not for profit charity organization focused on celebration and philanthropy. The name “Bacchanalian” comes from latin mythology where grape farmers would throw festivals to celebrate the mythological god of wine – fitting for a group who throws wine tasting events to share philanthropic messages.
So how do you have a competitive wine tasting event?
First, find one or two friends and register your team here. Your team needs to bring three bottles of the same wine – for this event you’ll need three bottles of the same white blend. There are no rules or regulations for which white blend you bring (ie. price or region).
Spirit World in Aksarben is offering 10% off for all attendees
who purchase their competition wine there!
Two of each team’s bottles are bagged (this is a blind tasting) and ranked by all competitors. Each attendee gets a set of cards to vote on which they like or dislike. The five highest ranking teams divvy up the unopened bottles.
Who is benefiting from this FABULOUS event??
The Literacy Center of the Midlands is our charity for this event. “The Literacy Center was founded in 1970 by a librarian who wanted to help adults improve their literacy skills. For over 40 years, the Literacy Center has provided one-on-one instruction using volunteer tutors that are oriented and trained in the phonics-based Laubach curriculum.”
WHAT TO KNOW
THEME – White blends
WHEN – October 8th at 7PM
WHERE – Hot Shops Art Center
WHY – All proceeds benefit the Literacy Center
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