Festivin

Sun Nov 27, 2011 Ebis 303

Time Out says

Granted, the launch of 2011's Beaujolais Nouveau is guaranteed to hog the media spotlight this month, but in-the-known oenophiles would do better to wait an extra ten days and head to Festivin instead. Tapping into the current interest in natural wines, this tasting event showcases over 200 varieties of chemical-free plonk from France, Italy, Japan and a variety of other European countries. The ticket price covers all the wine you can drink and includes a tasting glass and holder, and there'll be food available for purchase, plus live music from Malian multi-instrumentalist Mamadou Doumbia, Bolivian guitarist Luis Carlos Severich and others.

Details

Open Nov 27

Time First session: 11am-3pm; second session: 4-8pm

Admission ¥6,000 adv, ¥7,000 on the door

Venue Ebis 303

Address 1-20-8 Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Transport Ebisu Station (Yamanote, Shonan-Shinjuku, Hibiya lines), east exit

Map

Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

Restaurants & Cafés near Ebis 303

Hainan Jeefan Shokudo 2

The younger sibling of the better known Roppongi branch of Hainan Jeefan Shokudo is perhaps a ...

Sala Andaluza

This Spanish restaurant might be hidden down an Ebisu side street, but it's worth seeking out ...

One Dish Thai

It's been two months precisely since the oddly named One Dish Thai opened on Meiji Dori, a ...

Libre Burrito

This Cali-Mex burrito shop got off to a good start when it set up business inside a stack of ...

Ippudo

Once you get past all the ordering choices - red or white pork broth; noodles soft-cooked, ...

L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele

Time Out rating: Blame Julia Roberts. Naples eatery L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele has been ...

Copyright © 2014 Time Out Tokyo