Sip, Savor, Stomp your way down to Royal Oak


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Keep it classy and sip your way into a tipsy stupor at our annual Sip, Savor, Stomp event. I mean, where else will you be able to sample more than 140 wines from across the state, country, and globe? 

Aside from the seemingly endless supply of wine, there will be food vendors serving artisan cheeses and wine-inspired dishes from local restaurants. If the samples aren't enough to absorb the vino, vendors will also be selling some of their food selections. There will also be live music to accompany your wine-and-dine experience.   

In addition to being a great night out, Sip, Savor, Stomp benefits three charities: The wine lovers' event will support the Royal Oak Historical Society, Healthy Detroit, and Handy Hearts

There are two levels of admission (three, if you include DD tickets, which are $20), VIP Tasting tickets are $65 and include 20 sampling tickets, early admission and access to the Grand Tasting Event. Grand Tasting tickets are $45 and include 15 sampling tickets, and additional tickets can be purchased for $3. AND get this: discounted tickets are available at Westborn Market locations in Berkley, Dearborn, and Livonia. 

The event takes place from 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturday, April 9 at the Royal Oak Farmers Market. Buy your tickets here. Obviously, Sip, Savor, Stomp is 21 and up.

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