Study Hall with Orin Swift Wines
Hosted by Anthony Aurely & Keith Verrier of Johnson Brothers

Thursday, September 13, 2018
6:30-8:30 P.M.

We're not ones to keep things bottled up. Wine down with us inside THE STUDY for a Study Hall hosted by Orin Swift Wines. Learn more about the wine-making process, Orin Swift's intricate wine bottle designs, and sip your way through full-bodied reds and crisp whites with tastings of six different wines. Complimentary pupus will be passed during the event and attendees will have a chance to win bottles, skate decks, and other prizes in a raffle. Stick around for live music by Jeremy Cheng following the event.

This event is free and open to the public ages 21 and older. Food and drink specials will be available. Parking is free with validation.

About Orin Swift Wines

It was a semester studying in Florence, Italy in 1995 that inspired David Swift Phinney to pursue a career in wine. After working at various wineries in the Napa Valley including Robert Mondavi Winery, David decided to create something of his own. With two tons of zinfandel and not much else, he spent the next decade making wine for others as well as himself and grew the brand to what it is today. Orin Swift wines are made from grapes grown in the Napa Valley and sourced throughout California. Perhaps their most popular wine is Papillion, a Bordeaux and Cabernet Sauvignon blend. David is not only a winemaker but also behind the unique designs on the wine's stylish labels. Orin Swift's flagship wine was the Prisoner, a red blend with an etched drawing of a prisoner inspired by Spanish painter Goya. Orin Swift Wines are now distributed internationally and the tasting room is located in St. Helena where wine lovers can purchase bottles, artwork, skateboards, and more.