It’s time to start thinking about the sixth annual Sippin’ in the City on Nov. 4 at the Eighth & Main building, 800 W. Main St., from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
The food-and-wine shindig is put on each year by the Idaho Wine Commission. The event ($40 per person, including a commemorative wine glass) takes place this year in the event space on the 17th floor of Idaho’s tallest building. (In the past, Sippin’ in the City has been held at the Linen Building.)
Mingle with winemakers from Idaho’s Snake River and Lewis-Clark valleys and gain insight into the winemaking process that goes on in the Gem State’s burgeoning wine regions.
Several Idaho wineries will be on hand pouring select vintages and blends: Split Rail Winery, Huston Vineyards, Cinder Wines, Crossings Winery, Williamson Vineyards, Colter’s Creek Winery and more.
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As for food, Idaho Preferred will be serving cinnamon apple cones (cinnamon-dusted tortillas with local apples and whipped cream), and Zeppole Baking Co. and Porterhouse Market will be putting out small noshes.
To score tickets, go to brownpapertickets.com/event/2596246.