‘Savor Minnesota’ in Shakopee



Are you a connoisseur of fine wine and delectable delicacies? Or do you at least wanna pretend you are for an afternoon?

If you answered “You betcha!” to either of those questions, this Saturday’s ‘Savor Minnesota’ in Shakopee is an event you should plan to check out.

On April 26th, Canterbury Park will be the venue for the 5th annual iteration of ‘Savor’, and it promises to be a enjoyable afternoon for anyone with an interest in local Minnesota vineyards, breweries and food producers.

 wine and food

There will be nearly 50 vendors sampling their assorted morsels and beverages including some well known brands like Summit Brewing or Jimmy’s Salad’s Dressings, and some newer ones — like Mankato Brewery, Groveland Confections, BurntOut BBQ, or Chankaska Ranch & Winery.

Admission is $40 in advance or $45 at the door, and you must be 21 or older to attend. Space is limited — only 1,200 tickets are available to the public.

The doors open at noon with wine and beer being served between 1 pm and 5 pm.

Check out the Savor Minnesota website for more details or to purchase tickets.


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Brent Lee

Brent and his dog Steve live in Eagan where they spend their time eating, sleeping and getting into adventures. Apart from the brutal, inhumane winters, they are both convinced Minnesota is a top five global destination. Brent is happiest when he is playing football, laughing, discussing philosophy, eating Chipotle, watching anything Larry David created, doing funny character voices while reading children's books to his two little nieces, or writing about whatever happens to cross his mind, unapologetically stretching sentence length and comma usage as far as the editor will allow. Also, Brent's nemesis is Burt Reynolds, though Mr. Reynolds is likely unaware of this rivalry.

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