I'm a big fan of when an organization holds an event for the first time and calls it the "First Annual" event. It's like they're calling their shot - they're so confident in the success of this event that they know for certain it's going to come back around for years to come.

And in this case, I really think they have a strong case - the first annual Fall Wine Festival is taking place at Pangea next week!

The Fall Wine Festival is your chance to taste (and maybe purchase) more than 70 wines from all kinds of suppliers, such as Maisons Marques & Domaines, Dalla Terra, Foley Family Wines, Folio Wine, Hourglass, House of Smith - K Vintners, Huneeus Wines, and Ken Wright. And remember, this isn't like a beerfest where you're actually drinking and getting sloshed all day - this is a wine tasting. Keep it classy, people!

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Tickets are limited (they're only selling 100), and they'll cost you either $30 in advance or $35 at the door. You can check out the link to buy tickets right here.

Pangea has only been around for a short time, but they've made a name for themselves in Missoula pretty quickly - which is especially impressive considering they opened their doors for the first time only a few months after the COVID shutdowns of early 2020.

The event takes place on Wednesday, November 3rd at 7 PM. You can get all the info you need at their Facebook event page.

Will you be checking out the Fall Wine Festival at Pangea?

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