In the world of wine, a “body” is used to describe the texture or weight of a particular wine. This usually is a combination of factors that include the wine’s level of alcohol, extract, acid and glycerol. Usually, full-bodied wines will also have a higher tannin level, giving the wine an occasional pucker sensation when savored. Full-bodied wines tend to have a rich experience that lingers longer in comparison to medium or light-bodied wines. This usually results in waves of flavors that are complex and give subtle hints of spices and woods unique to each winery. Examples of full-bodied wines are France’s famous Bordeaux or Cabernet grapes. This event is FREE for Biltmore Premier Members and $25 for guests.
Friday, November 3, 5pm-9pm – NE 123rd Street and NE 13th Avenue, North Miami NoMi Night Market opens on Friday, November 3rd! Each Friday, from 5:00 pm until 9 pm, local artisans, farmers, producers, vendors, musicians will connect with local residents and visitors to bring fresh produce and art to the community. Please join us, […]
Saturday, January 24, 4:30pm-10:00pm – Splitsville, Sunset Place, 5701 Sunset Dr, 2nd Fl, Ste 202, South Miami Grub and Pub s a walking tour of different areas in Miami in which you’ll hit five to six different restaurants. Two to three will provide a complimentary sample of a menu item and the other three will […]
Thursday, February 22, 6pm-9pm – Minority Chamber of Commerce, 1951 NW 7th Ave Suite 600, Miami Join to celebrate the Grand Opening of the Miami Hub Minority Chambers of Commerce. Founded in 2000, The Minority Chamber of Commerce is one of the most active, and fastest-growing business associations in the United States. @MinorityChamber RSVP to: […]