Grape juice magically transforms into wine in the same way milk becomes cheese and a 1972 Dodge Dart becomes an even older 1972 Dodge Dart. Tipple the tasty transformation with today's Groupon: for $49, you get a private wine tasting for up to 10 people from PRP Wine International (a $250 value). PRP Wine International's consultants can either host grape guzzlers at homes in Miami-Dade, Broward, or Monroe counties.
Stocking its shelves with top-quality wines from around the world, PRP Wine International labors to spread the culture of wine to novice oenophiles and practiced imbibers alike. Fete throwers may suggest wine preferences in advance of the fermentation celebration, where eight different bottles of red and white single-vintage vino will be sampled during a sipping soiree among friends, neighbors, and chatty coffee tables. PRP Wine International strives to use wine as a building block for improving relationships with its clients and increasing the quality of their lives while educating bottle and cork collectors on the healthy benefits of wine imbibery.
PRP Wine International
Traveling to homes across Illinois, California, Florida, Michigan, Missouri, and Wisconsin with an array of hand-selected bottles in tow, the knowledgable consultants of PRP Wine International save their customers the time they would spend searching stores and the jail time that could result from trespassing on private vineyards. The staffers of this private wine company spend almost every day of the year unearthing the best bottles across the United States, Europe, Australia, South America, and South Africa, and then present their selections to eager palates at homes, private clubs, and hotel suites during private tastings and special events. As the wine spills forth into glasses, the consultants impart background information on the wines, share pairing ideas, and encourage guests to ask any questions they might be embarrassed to ask at restaurants, such as, “How do you pronounce pinot noir?” or “Where is the giant laser that transforms the grapes into wine?” As the evening progresses, conversations will also cover grape varieties and facts about specific growing regions.