Great GoogaMooga Announces Wine Tent

Apr 12, 2012 10:01 am

Because wine is best served in a 120-ft long tent

This May 19 and 20, Brooklyn’s Prospect Park will be home to an extravagant food, drink and music festival whimsically named: The Great GoogaMooga. With a lineup of 75 impressive food vendors including Roberta’s, Red Rooster, Porchetta and The Spotted Pig (for more, watch the cool claymation video embedded below), the Great GoogaMooga could hold its own solely as a food festival. But they’re not stopping there. Ten artists a day will play concerts on the festival’s two stages and to top it all off, there will be obscene amounts of quality wine and beer.

Yesterday, Superfly Presents announced details about their “Wine Experience” portion of GoogaMooga. Under a 120-foot long tent, guests will be able to taste or purchase full glasses of over 100 wines while mingling with top winemakers, importers and sommeliers. Paul Grieco of Hearth Restaurant, Terroir and the Food Republic–approved Summer of Riesling will head up the Wine Experience along with Superfly’s Director of Wine Programming, Peter Eastlake. The tent will also have an “Ask the Sommelier” station, where you can pepper some of New York’s elite sommeliers with wine-related questions.

Check out the full list below of wineries, importers and regions that will be repped at GoogaMooga:

Wineries
Banshee
Bethel Heights
Bonny Doon
Gotham Project
Gothic
Hobo Wine Company
Infinite Monkey Theorem
K Vintners
Long Meadow Ranch
Mouton Noir
Palmina
Qupe
Red Hook Winery
Scribe
Tablas Creek - Famille Perrin
Wind Gap
 
Importers
Acid Inc.
Blue Danube
Cape Classics
Jose Pastor Selections
Kermit Lynch
Old Bridge Cellars
Terry Theise
 
Regions
Australia
Greece presented by Cava Spiliadis
France, Alsace presented by Wines of Alsace
New Zealand
Spain, Rías Baixas Albariño
Spanish Rosado
Terry Theise presenting Grower Champagne

And watch this newly released claymation video about the Great GoogaMooga by animator Ron Winter: 


Early registration tickets are sold out, but you can wait until they release more general admission tickets closer to the event or buy an all-inclusive ticket for $249.50 on GoogaMooga’s website.

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