Wine and Food Week fans will be happy to hear that the show will still go on. Events this year will look a little different and be spread out over the next few months instead of happening all in one week. First up is the Nach-Yo Ordinary Tequila Tasting on October 29, followed by the Wine Walk on November 12.
This year's nacho and tequila tasting will take place at The Woodlands Country Club The Palmer Course on October 29 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $45 each and available online at wineandfoodweek.com. Guests will be served an individual gourmet nacho box which includes fajita meat, cheese, jalapenos and all the toppings prepared by Chef De La Cruz of The Woodlands Country Club. Chef Kevin Mason of Mason's Creative Catering will be serving tequila lime shrimp nacho bites.
Always wanted to know more about tequila and mezcal? Now's your chance. Industry experts will be available throughout the evening to guide and educate guests about all things tequila. There will be live music and tequila/mezcal tastings served both neat and batched.
In attendance will be Tom Nall, Master Distiller and owner of Republic Tequila. After leaving his successful Wick Fowler's Two Alarm Chili business behind, Nall set out to create a tequila that would represent the spirit of Texas. In 2017, Nall added a new spirit to his portfolio with Republic Whiskey, a bold bourbon blend.
Covid-19 protocols and procedures will be in place to help ensure the safety of all guests.
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