Jeffrey Cohen, CMS, Wine Specialist

Bubbles & Big Reds

For this installment of Taste, I would like to invite everybody to our annual Wine Extravaganza — “Bubbles & Big Reds” edition. This year it will be on the 21st of November from 6:00 to 8:30pm.

This will be the biggest one to date, and the best as well. We have secured Portfolio Owners, Suppliers and Importers along with my sales representatives to give you as much knowledge as possible. 

We will have live music, and Chef Isaac will hit the food out of the park!

My preliminaries show that we will have Sparkling Wines and Big Reds from a multitude of countries, and of course wines from up and down California.

For you first timers, this is an incredible way to meet other wine lovers, a great time to stock your cellars and, lastly, a perfect opportunity to purchase gifts for your loved ones, friends and employees. These are some of the finest wines on the market!

If you have not signed up for the Cellar Club yet, you can certainly sign up at the event. It is only $35 a month to receive all your savings.

Remember to make your reservations because this event always sells out!

Happy Holidays,


Jeffrey M. Cohen, CMS, is the Wine Specialist/Beverage Manager at The Clubs of Cordillera Ranch. He can be reached at jcohen@cordilleraranch.com and 210.677.9234.


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