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August 22
The Easterns Bayside Blues and Wine Festival offers an evening filled with some of the best blues musicians from the tri-state area as well as a selection of wines. Sample some of Maryland’s finest wine, enjoy the sounds of blues and R&B, or simply walk along the waterfront while browsing through an array of vendors with many unique items to choose from. Wine tastings are available from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. with continuous entertainment from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 after August 21. Tickets for designated drivers are $10. Eastern Yacht Club 2330 Seneca Road, Baltimore MD 21221. For more information, visit
November 7
The Mother Seton Academy is having its 9th Annual Wine Harvest & Auction on November 7, 2015. A tuition-free middle school for young men and women, Mother Seton Academy provides education to those with the greatest economic need. Come to support the school but stay for the live music, hors d’oeuvres, desserts and handmade chocolates, as well as auction items. Tickets are $50. The event starts at 5:30 and goes until 8 p.m. at McGuire Hall at Loyola University, 4501 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD. You can purchase your tickets online or call 410-563-2833. For more information, visit

Ze Mean Bean offers a 12 for 12 deal every Monday featuring twelve selected wines for twelve dollars with the purchase of an entrée. Ze Mean Bean, 1739 Fleet St., Baltimore, MD 21231, 410-675-5999.
The 13.5% Wine Bar features no corkage fees on Tuesdays. 13.5% Wine Bar, 1117 West 36th St., Baltimore, MD 21211, 410-889-1064.
Chesapeake Wine Company hosts Tuesday wine tastings at 7 p.m. An admission fee of $25 per person includes eight wine samples and antipasti. Guests can also take advantage of the 15% off "mix-or-match" wine cases throughout the store.  Chesapeake Wine Company, 2400 Boston St. #112, Baltimore, MD 21224, 410-522-4556.

For additional information on wine events, please contact:

Chesapeake Wine Company
2400 Boston Street, #112
Baltimore, MD 21224

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