Members who opt-out of the wine portion can still attend the full event or join at 7 pm for networking at no cost.
Members participating in the wine tasting must both register on Zoom and self-order the wine flight (instructions below)
About Byron Blatty:
Founded in 2014, Byron Blatty is focused on limited-edition, handcrafted wines that feature sustainably farmed, family-owned vineyards in Los Angeles County. For our ACMP SoCal virtual wine tasting, we will be joined by proprietor Mark Blatty.
Mark has created a special At Home Flight containing four of their limited-edition wines in 5oz bottles and a set of tasting notes, all for just $35 + tax, with $10 delivery (OC and San Diego included). The flight is more than three full glasses of wine, and can also be shared if desired.
Wines included are:
● (1) 5oz bottle 2019 Aurora (a unique white blend)
● (1) 5oz bottle 2017 Agenda (a Syrah)
● (1) 5oz bottle 2018 Tremor (a Grenache based wine)
● (1) 5oz bottle 2016 Ghost Cat (a Bordeaux inspired blend)
Here is how you can purchase your At Home Flight:
To order your At Home Flight, please click here: https://purchase.byronblatty.com/athomeflight
When checking out, please be sure to add a note to the order to indicate that you are participating in the ACMP SoCal wine tasting on 12/1.
Please note that the last day to order your wines is 11/28. Taster flights will be hand delivered on 11/30. Because the wines are perishable, they are meant to be enjoyed within one week of delivery.
Out of town attendees, or those with small social pods, may combine orders or purchase bottles. The price of the 4 bottle set is $132.00 + tax & delivery or shipping. Bottle shipping to San Diego is approximately $35. Bottle packages are special orders that will need to be taken over the phone.
As an added bonus, if you enjoy your flight and sign up for one of their Membership programs after the tasting, Mark will deduct the cost of your flight from your first shipment!
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