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60 wineries featured at annual 'Festival of Wines' in Fargo

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60 wineries featured at annual Festival of Wines in Fargo

FARGO—Come wine, come all, to the third annual Festival of Wines.

60 different wineries will be featured at the 'Sanctuary Events Center' in Fargo Thursday, Oct. 17, with some of the proceeds going to the Cullen's Children foundation.

A ticket will get you a commemorative glass that you can use to sample over 130 different wines.

The Festival of Wines isn't just for the experienced wine-drinker.

Experts will be on hand to help you find what you like.

"That is really the key here, is being able to find some wines that you will be able to enjoy. It's really not about us here trying to sell you wines, it's more about the idea of you coming in, enjoying wines, finding something new to love," said Tom Thiel, fine wine specialist.

Around 300 tickets have been sold already, and you can still get a ticket online.

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