Bruzzi Vineyards will be on hand with samples of rare varietals and winemaker James Bruzzi will share his knowledge amidst the backdrop of live jazz during an evening at the historic Copper Spike Train Depot in downtown Globe.
The event is a fundraiser and takes place on Nov. 15 from 6-9 p.m. Bruzzi will pour his unique Vidal Blanc and will pour and discuss his Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Sirah and Symphony. The cost is $20 at the door and includes two samples from four varietals that Bruzzi will pour throughout the evening.
Bottles of Bruzzi’s limited release wines will be available for purchase at an event that will feature the debut of Satin Jazz, a new quartet featuring musicians Keith Gustafson on saxophones, Joe Sanchez on keyboards, Nolan Frost on alto flute and percussionist Linda Gustafson. The foursome offers its own take on standards by George Benson, Herb Alpert, Chuck Mangione and Grover Washington.
The musicians are donating time; admission and wine sales are a fundraiser for the Cobre Valley Center for the Arts, and for upkeep of the Depot building.