Event: 12th annual DMBA Wine Route for the benefit of Centraide

DMBA press release:

October 9, 2021

The Downtown Milford Business Association is hosting its 12th annual Wine Route, inviting attendees to savor a festive fall evening with a foodie walk through the city center, while enjoying the United Way.

Wine Trail takes place on Saturday, October 16, 2021 at 5 p.m. in downtown Milford and ticket holders can sip and snack their way through participating shops and businesses, which have opened to serve an assortment of wines, accompanied tastings at restaurants and restaurants in Milford.

“The Wine Route is one of our most popular events, just because it’s fun! ”Said Tracy Bonosconi. “All of our participating companies are looking forward to this event and to meeting new faces. It brings together friends, introduces downtown businesses and helps local Milford families in need. What’s not to like?

The Wine Route runs from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and takes place in Milford town center. After purchasing tickets in advance, participants begin the course at the DMBA booth located across from the Taylor Building at 5 Broad Street., Milford, CT. Participants will receive a wine glass and a map of Wine Trail stops including Arciuolo’s, Cafe Atlantique, Inside Living Style, Love Shop, The Milford Arts Council, Makeup Makeup by Kristina Foreman, Milford Bank, Milford Pharmacy, Scratch Baking, Sophie Claire’s, Sunspray Tans, SV Decker, Vincent’s Jewelers and Whisper’s.

Participating restaurants include Archie Moore’s, Bin 100, Cafe Atlantique, Colony Pizza, Dockside, Eli’s Tavern, Founder’s House, Good Morning Cupcake, Liquid Lunch, Micalizzi’s, Nate’s Plates and Strega. Tickets cost $ 50 and proceeds are donated directly to the United Way of Milford.

For tickets please go to: https://downtown-milford-business-association.myshopify.com/products/12th-annual-downtown-wine-trail

This press release was produced by DMBA. The opinions expressed here are those of the author.

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