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An Evening of Wine and Roses

Tulsa’s premiere fall celebration of wine and food

By: Cheryl Johnson | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: September 2009

Tulsa Garden Center’s An Evening of Wine and Roses was made possible by the hard-working committee. (L to R): Joe Perry, Scott Davidson, Cheryl Johnson, Sue Howard, Barbie Raney, Mary Lou Havener, ­Debbie Kirkpatrick, JoAnne White and Lynn Wheatley.

Tulsa Garden Center is pleased to present Tulsa’s premiere fall celebration of wine and food, An Evening of Wine & Roses. This annual fundraising event will be held in the Tulsa Municipal Rose Garden on Friday, September 25, 2009 from 7 to 9 p.m.

An Evening of Wine & Roses is one of the region’s largest wine tasting events. Guests will enjoy over 150 different wines from around the world complemented by sumptuous hors d’oeuvres and desserts.

Vintners include:  Geyser Peak, Buena Vista Carneros, Voteo (Spain), Sterling Vineyards, Snap Dragon Vineyards, Chandon Vineyards, Louis Martini Winery, Bridlewood Winery, Da Vinci Winery, Starborough, Polka Dot, Gascon, Frei Brothers, MacMurray Ranch, Red Rock, Rancho Zabaco, Calistoga Cellars, St. Supery, Gruet, Frontier Wine Imports, McManis, EOS, Coppola, Cupcake, Loredona, Grateful Palate (Australia), Pine Ridge, Schramsberg Sparkling, Vaca Winery, ETC Winery, Manu (New Zealand), Paul Hobbs Wines, Elyse Winery, Luca, Bergstrom, Owen Roe Winery, Joel Gott Wines, Martin Ray, Copain Winery, Crios (Argentina), La Posta, Hey Mambo!, Leese-Fitch, Charles Smith Winery, Angeline, Raptor Ridge, Boxhead, Quinta do Portal Grand Reserve 20 Year Tawny, Portal Lagrima White Port, Portal Fine White Porto, other new wines from Portugal, Goldschmidt, Antu Niquen, Robert Hall Rhone du Robles, Robert Hall, Sebastiani, Twin Vines Verdehlo, Bottega Vinaia, El Portillo, Redcliffe, Aduna, Recd Legend, Putnum Wines, Stone Bluff Cellars, Stable Ridge Winery, and Oak Hills Winery & Vineyards.  

Participating restaurants and caterers include: Bonefish Grill, Cardigans, Catering Kitchen, LLC, Charleston’s, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse, Garlic Rose, Gina & Guiseppe’s, Green Onion, Java Dave’s Coffee, Ludger’s Catering, Mahogany Prime Steakhouse, Oscars, PF Chang’s Chinese Bistro, Panera Bread, Party Perfect, Perfect Touch Catering, Post Oak Lodge, Red Rock Canyon Grill, Shades of Brown, The Stock Pot, Taste Catering, The Chalkboard, The Cheesecake Factory, The French Hen, The Mayo Hotel & Lofts, The Melting Pot, The Upper Crust, Polo Grill, and TWS AFAB Catering.

The combination of delectable food and exquisite wine enjoyed under the stars while strolling through a garden full of gorgeous, fragrant roses creates an enchanting and romantic autumn evening experience. The event will also feature music and dancing. Tickets for An Evening of Wine & Roses are $60 for Tulsa Garden Center members and $75 for non-members.

Prior to the main event a private sponsor tasting will be held in the Snedden Mansion from 6 to 7 p.m. Sponsors will savor exceptional wines from premium vintners and luscious fare from Tulsa’s top chefs. Sponsor tables for eight are $1,000, and individual sponsor level tickets are $125, which includes admission to the Garden Tasting Party. Please call the Tulsa Garden Center for additional information on sponsor opportunities and benefits.

Wine and Rose sponsors include Oklahoma Magazine, B&B Liquor Warehouse, B&B South, 91st and Delaware and KBEZ.

Wine & Roses 2009 committee members are: Deb Kirkpatrick, chair; Brenda Michael Haggard, co-chair; Tracy Winters-Stow, food chair; Dixie Bohannon, wine chair; Barbie Raney, Tulsa Garden Center executive director; Mike Blake, Sue Stees, Marc Schreiber, Paige Martin, Scott Davidson, Lucy Lewis, Sue Howard, Lois Galpin, Sue Lovelace, JoAnn White, Lynn Wheatley, Mary Lou Havener, Glenna Greer, Julie Rethmeyer, Marilyn Coker, Doug Draeger, Wendy Godfrey, Janet Gaither and Cheryl Johnson.

Reservations are required for this popular event, and space is limited. Reservation deadline is September 19, 2009, so call soon! Attendees must be 21 years or older. Proof of age is required. Proceeds from An Evening of Wine & Roses benefit Tulsa Garden Center. For reservations call Tulsa Garden Center at (918) 746-5125. For more information visit our website at

Vintners, restaurants and caterers are subject to change.

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Tulsa Garden Center

(918) 746-5125

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