November 12, 2012 | John Berendzen | Fun, Local / Regional

Wine and Wheels at the MOT

I had the pleasure of visiting an old project this past weekend, at the “Wine and Wheels” event at the Museum of Transportation.  It was held in the Earl C. Lindburg Automobile Center.  There’s a story behind every project, and the one behind the Automobile Center mostly revolved around doing a lot with very few resources.  The building provided a nice setting for this event, using the main gallery, mezzanine and old “Creation Station” space (soon to be a new gallery?) for the tasting.  There was a large crowd, and many great Missouri Wineries, including Noboleis Vineyards, Blumenhof, Yellow Farm House and Robbler Vineyard among others.

Thanks to Museum Director Mollie Butterworth and a large contingent of Museum staff and volunteers for pulling together a fun event that brought a lot of new faces to the Museum.

Wine and Wheels 2012
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