A Natural History Of Wine

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Connecting you to leaders of scientific discovery, conservation, human health and sustainability.

"A Natural History of Wine" with Dr. Robert DeSalle, Curator, Sackler Institute for Comparative Genomics, American Museum of Natural History. Pop the cork on the connections between wine and science and discover the relationships between this potent fermented beverage and subjects ranging from physics to anthropology and evolution to climatology. Learn how you can pair your favorite vintage with any complex scientific topic at this can’t miss evening for anyone looking to appreciate wine to its fullest.

In partnership with Case Western Reserve University and the Ohio Wine Producers Association.

Offered in conjunction with the traveling exhibition "Our Global Kitchen: Food, Nature, Culture."

5:30pm – Doors open. Special pre-lecture reception sponsored by PNC. Complimentary light appetizers, cash bar and live music. Museum exhibitions, galleries and store are open. Meals for purchase at Exploration: A Zack Bruell Restaurant.

7pm – Presentation begins. Book signing to follow.

TICKETS & SERIES PACKAGES

Single lecture
*Advance: Member: $10; Nonmember: $12
Day of: Member: $12; Nonmember: $14
*Advance rate ends at 11:59pm October 6

Create your own 4-pack
Members: $36; Nonmembers: $44

Student/Teacher Rate
$6/lecture

PARKING
Special event parking rates apply: $8 in the Museum garage.

SPONSORS
The Women’s Committee of The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, PNC, Glidden House, and Cuyahoga Arts & Culture
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By: Cleveland Museum of Natural History

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