CORK – A Red River Revel Wine Event

CORK, A Red River Revel Wine Event, presented by Eldorado Resort Casino will be held Saturday, May 1, 2021 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Festival Plaza. Patrons attending Shreveport/Bossier’s premier wine tasting festival must be 21 years of age and ticket prices are $85 per person.  Due to space limitations, the event will accommodate only 1,000 guests.  Each patron will receive a CORK gift bag, a commemorative glass, and credentials necessary to enjoy a social afternoon of wine tasting. 

Regional wholesale distributors, Republic National Distributing Company, Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits, and Eagle Distributing Shreveport will pour approximately 100 different wines. Several of the area’s favorite eateries, including Abby Singer’s Bistro, Dilla’s Quesadillas, Fat Calf Brasserie, Newk’s Eatery, We Olive & Wine Bar, Gibbons Fine Grill, Ralph & Kacoo’s, and more, will provide bite-size portions of their signature delicacies. Live music will be performed by Professor Porkchop and the Dirty Dishes.  The ever-popular CORK raffle will feature a plethora of wonderful prizes such as wine lots, CORK XVI tickets, James Avery Artisan Jewelry, ARTini 2021 tickets, Kendra Scott Jewelry, Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl tickets, a Cuban Liquor wine gift basket and more …everyone loves the chance to be a winner! Get your Mother’s Day gifts at the Kendra Scott Pop-Up Booth and a portion of the sales will be donated to the Red River Revel Arts Festival. If you love the wines you tasted at CORK XV, you will be able to purchase them on site at the Thrifty Liquor Booth.

CORK attracts wine connoisseurs, as well as novices. Let your wine journey begin at CORK XV.  Tickets are $85 per person and are limited.  Go to or call 318-424-4000 to purchase tickets.  All proceeds will benefit the Red River Revel Arts Festival.

All current COVID-19 mitigation measures as mandated by the State of Louisiana and the City of Shreveport at the time of the event will be followed. 2020 tickets will be honored.

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