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May 19: Rhizome Productions & Best Brands host Inaugural Nashville Rosé Festival


Rhizome Productions Inc. has been creating memorable festivals for years in middle Tennessee, Chattanooga, and Knoxville. They are responsible for Winter Warmer in Sevier Park, East Nashville Beer Festival, and Nuit Belge. Now they've teamed up with Best Brands Inc. for Nashville's first Rosé themed wine festival.

The inaugural Nashville Rosé festival is May 19, 2018 from 12-5 PM at East Park in East Nashville. Tickets are $60 and will include a tasting of 70+ Rosé wines, including limited and allocated specialty Rosé in the specialty tent, 6 local breweries, including some specialty one-off beers made exclusively for the festival, and Pennington Distilling Company will offer samples of several special cocktails. Tickets will also include custom tasting glass, all wine, beer, and cocktail samples, and samples at the live fire cooking area.

Local Celebrity Chefs; Brian Weaver from Butcher and the Bee, Edgar Pendley from Urban Grub, Nathan Duensing from Marsh House, and Aaron Clemins from Kuchnia and Keller will be cooking 300 pounds of food over a live fire for festival attendees to sample for free. They will explain their craft and offer cooking techniques. Additionally several food trucks and local vendors will be on site selling food and other goodies.

Music City Light is producing the music and local musical talent will include Shawn Lacy, Chris Leamy, Macs McCarthy, Kat Saul, Lyndsey Highlander, and Adam Rutledge.

All net proceeds from the event will go to the Tennessee Breast Cancer Coalition a grassroots organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals undergoing treatment for breast cancer.

Event sponsors are: Best Brands, Butchery Fresh, Creation Gardens, Fiji Water, Hermitage Lighting Gallery, Lightning 100, Music City Light, and Topo Chico.

For more information visit the event website:


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