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Reserve Your Spot for Spring Wine, Scoth + Pairing Classes @ Harry’s in Fairfield

5 Feb
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Classes sell out quickly, so get on the phone (you know that thing you use to check FB with) and give them a call.

So, here’s the deal: Harry’s of Fairfield is a go-to spot for liquor, beer, and wine here in Fairfield County. And, here’s the other thing: they host awesome wine and tasting classes all the time. But, here’s the other thing: these classes always sell out so damn fast. That’s why we’re telling you about the Spring 2016 events NOW! Learn more about wine, Scotch, and even get some experience with Italian food pairings. 

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Sean Minor Wines 5 Course Dinner at Blue Lemon w/ Harry’s of Fairfield

3 Mar

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Harry’s Wine & Liquor Market, Blue Lemon, and Sean Minor Wines are coming together on March 6 at 7 pm for a paired wine dinner.  Tickets are $75 (plus tax and tip) and will feature some great wines.  In addition, Sean Minor himself will be on hand at Blue Lemon of Westport to discuss each wine and pairing.  To reserve your tickets, please call (203) 226-2647 or e-mail them at mybluelemon@aol.com.

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Celebrate Harry’s Wine & Liquor’s 71st Birthday with Beer, Wine, and Bourbon Tastings! – Fairfield, CT

2 Nov

Forgive us for not getting this out sooner, but a little thing named Sandy got in the way.  :)  We’re pleased to share with you that Harry’s Wine & Liquor in Fairfield is celebrating its 71st birthday and has some free fun times ahead for you this weekend.  Although you might have missed the pre-anniversary tasting on Halloween, you still have today and tomorrow to get your drink on and find new favorites.  Today, from 4-7 pm, you’ll have a special beer tasting featuring Goose Island.  On Saturday, there are two separate tastings:  1)  Wine tasting from 1-4 pm featuring Piedmont Italian wines and vineyards 2) Bourbon tasting from 4-7 featuring Jefferson’s Presidential 18 year craft whiskey.  If you have no power, this is a great way to keep warm.  If you have power, this is a great way to keep warm. :P

If you’ve never been to Harry’s, then this will be a great introduction to the enormous variety of wines, liquors, beer, and more that they take care of for you.  Believe it or not, Harry’s remains a family business, owned by the Pollacks.  Harry and Betty Pollack opened Harry’s doors in 1941.  When they retired, their son Saul took the helm.  Now, you’ll find Saul’s son Scott running the business along with the legendary Harry’s veterans aka William Miller and Patrick Monteleone.  You’ll also find these great people at Harry’s:  Christelle Marilhet (Wine Specialist),  Janice Monteleone (Books, Staff, Wine sales), Greg Wood (Wine Sales), and the awesome Renzo Kian-Kubota, the Artisan Beer Specialist.

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