May 8, 2021
Mother’s Day Wine Walk
Saturday, May 8, 2021
Rain Date: Saturday, May 15, 2021
Join Uncover Squirrel Hill for our Annual Mother’s Day Wine Walk: self-paced wine tasting experience. The Wine Walk will take place in the Squirrel Hill Business District located on Forbes and Murray Aves in the heart of Squirrel Hill. Enjoy approximately 15 different wines and exclusive discounts at participating host Merchants.
Advance tickets are required. Tickets will NOT be available on the day of the wine walk. Purchase tickets: CLICK HERE
COVID-19 SAFETY: We’ve implemented staggered, limited capacity check-in times. Groups are also limited to four individuals. Wine sampling will take place outdoors. We ask that you only remove your mask after your sample has been poured and then mask up before moving to the next stop.Please allow space between yourself and other attendees and sanitize your hands at each stop. Masks are required while shopping and dining at any of our merchants.
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