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Ladies' Night Out Wine Tasting



Story and photography by Cynthialynn Jones

The Woman’s Club of Murfreesboro celebrated another lovely Ladies’ Night Out with dinner and a very special wine tasting under the coaching and expertise of Dr. Tony Johnson, Ph.D. of the MTSU School of Agribusiness and Agriscience. Dr. Johnson led the women through eight different tastings, beginning with chardonnay, all the way toward the depths of flavors of burgundy. The evening ended with an abundance of joy and sharing of favorite varieties, all compliments of Charlie Patel and Stones River Total Beverage.

The Woman’s Club of Murfreesboro is a 501c, a historical landmark, and additionally offers college scholarships. The club location offers a beautiful event space, professional kitchen, and all the amenities of southern charm and hospitality.

Located at 221 East College Street in the heart of Murfreesboro, please call 615-893-1916 for reservations and interests in membership.

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