Presented by Cochon555, join Lloyd Cellars and Prescription Vineyards for Heritage Fire, a premiere, whole-animal, nationwide food and wine tour celebrating heritage breed livestock and heirloom produce.
Join us for 'Art of the Sip’ with San Antonio Current at Blue Star Contemporary Arts Gallery and take in an evening of art, DJ Grooves, delicious bites, and wine by Lloyd Cellars and Prescription Vineyards. In the coming months, San Antonio Current will be accepting RSVPs to this second annual event, so save-the-date!
Prescription Vineyards invites you to the Austin Food + Wine Festival where guests sip, savor, mix and mingle their way through an impressively vast number of the country’s top wine, spirits, and culinary exhibitors. Eat + greet with top chefs from Austin and Central Texas, who will be serving up samples of the classic dishes that put them on the map. Save-the-Date – more details coming this summer...
We’re celebrating the return of our signature event, ‘Ferments & Fashion’ on November 9th at Sweeney Taud Studioz & Lifestyle Loft’s 3,000 square foot space on Michigan Avenue. We'll be sipping wine and groovin' to DJ beats as our featured designer (TBA) hosts a fashion trunk show. Reservations will be required.
Lloyd Cellars and Prescription Vineyards invites you to experience LuxeHome's 'A Taste of CHILL, A Curated International Wine & Culinary Event' in cooperation with Wine Spectator Magazine.
'A Taste of CHILL' will showcase some of the best in food, wine, and design in a select group of LuxeHome Boutiques, all in the name of charity. Since its inception in 2007, CHILL has raised over $2.1 million to support many of Chicago’s charitable organizations.
oin Prescription Vineyards for a smokin' hot night of music with Marlow Rosado at CubaOcho! We'll start the evening with complimentary tastes before Marlow takes the stage with his full band and we move to wine-by-the-glass and bottle service. Not really your everyday salsero, Marlow Rosado is also a producer, composer, and pianist who incorporates components of rock and roll, hip-hop, reggaeton, and bachata into his salsa recordings and performances. The Puerto Rico indigenous transferred to Florida to be able to research music.