It’s baaaack! Uncorked returns to Puckett’s Boat House

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Get your passports ready! We’re springing into our favorite season with the return of Uncorked, a wine tasting series at Puckett’s Boat House! This unique, educational event allows guests to explore new wines and food pairings, led by A. Marshal Hospitality’s resident sommelier, Jenn McCarthy! The first event will take place on Tuesday, April 24 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Boat House wine bar, with cocktails and conversation beginning at 6 p.m.

The spring session, themed “Passport to Patio,” is designed to inspire guests to embrace warm weather and enjoy the outdoors with friends and family (did we mention we have two patios at the Boat House?!) No matter your current level of knowledge and experience with wine, you’re sure to learn tips that will bring international culture, flavor and history to your own gatherings this season.

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“With the coastal ambiance, vast wine selection and intimate class setting, Uncorked is the perfect opportunity for a fun evening out,” McCarthy said. “I look forward to leading this month’s session and introducing wine selections suited for spring.”

Guests can look forward to enjoying the following wine selections, paired with these small chef-curated bites from Puckett’s Boat House executive chef Braiden Mallon.

Gougengeim Sparkling Malbec
Served with smoked oysters on the half shell, topped with roasted garlic chimichurri

Le Morette Rose
Served with roasted summer vegetable raviolo with herb

Boen Pinot Noir
Served with balsamic-braised chicken thighs, mushrooms and Cipollini onions

Puramun Malbec
Served with flat iron beef medallions with porcini, coffee crust and chile-roasted cauliflower

Tickets are $30 each and can be purchased online here. The class is limited to 20 seats, so guests are encouraged to buy tickets in advance.