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Wineucation, the Podcast: November Events

November 1, 2019

Winuecation is no longer just a wine tasting and education class held the 3rd Tuesday of every month, with the opportunity to try 6 different wines from across the globe which are perfectly paired with 3 appetizers. Now, it’s also an informative podcast where listeners can get an in-depth look into not only Jennifer McDonald’s experiences as the Founder and CEO of Jenny Dawn Cellars, but also the opening and inner workings of the first urban winery in Wichita, Kansas. Joined by her two employees Gabriela and Kale, Wineucation will explore the ups and downs of business, diversity, and the life of a wine lover. Be sure to listen every week on Spotify, Anchor FM, Google Podcasts, Breaker, Overcast, Pocket Cast and Radio Public Podcasts. 

 

On this week's episode of the podcast, which you can listen to here, we discussed our upcoming events for the month of November, which is sure to be a busy month. The first event was actually at the end of October, which was the Sommelier Smackdown, an event put on by the Guadalupe Clinic where Jenny Dawn Cellars was tasked with creating the perfect pairing of wine and food. We were paired with Thai Traditions, who created two amazing dishes!

 

 

 

The second event we discussed was our ribbon cutting, which will be November 12, from 4:30PM to 6PM. To attend this free event you must register, which you can do here. Learn more about Jennifer McDonald's journey while enjoying her award winning wines perfectly paired with charcuterie at this free event at our winery, located at 703 E Douglas Ave, Ste 180 Wichita, KS. The ribbon cutting will be the first event in our space, so we hope to see you there!

 

 

The final event we talked about was our inaugural wine dinner, which will also be held in the winery on November 21, from 6PM to 8:30PM. The dinner is a ticketed event, with tickets available for purchase here. The three course meal will be prepared by Blue Moon catering, with music from Jazz Plus. Get your tickets quickly though as there is only a limited number available. 

 

To learn more about these events as well as what remains before we can legally open our doors to the public, be sure to give this episode a listen, and remember to share it with friends and family! 

 

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We’ve bottled the art of timing.

 

From California to Kansas. In 2017, we started our brand by crafting wines from the finest growers in California. In 2019 and beyond, we are sourcing and growing our grapes locally in Kansas to make our wines at an urban winery.

 

From a rural vineyard to an urban winery. We are bringing the winemaking experience from a rural setting into the urban core of downtown Wichita. Jenny Dawn Cellars at Union Station is a place where your moments are minutes away. It is your reprieve from the business of busy-ness, and your time to bloom.

 

Jenny Dawn Cellars is inspired by the significance of rail transportation that Union Station provided to the Wichita community. The terminal building had its magnificent grand opening in 1914 and the elegance of the art nouveau architecture is timeless. Over a hundred years of moments were created within this space. We invite you to our winery at Union Station to be a part of future moments with us.

 

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