Winestyr co-founders Scott Washburn, Bob Wilson and John Wilson pose for a photo. Credit: Provided

WEST LOOP — Wine lovers looking to discover “elite and eclectic” domestic wines can sample from a collection of more than 75 wines at a one-day fest next month in the West Loop. 

Winestyr Fest, staged by West Loop-based online wine market Winestyr, will showcase wines from more than 40 wineries from across the country. The inaugural fest is set to take place from 2-6 p.m. Aug. 25 at Morgan Manufacturing, 401 N. Morgan St.

Among the wineries participating in the event are Adelsheim, Fausse Piste, Fera Ména, Ovum Wines, Division Wine Co.,  Bello Family Vineyards, and Scribe Winery. 

Tickets are $65 and include wine samples from small producers, hors d’oeuvres and panels and the chance to interact with winemakers and experts from California, New York, and Washington.

Bob Wilson, co-founder and CEO of Winestyr, said fest will bring an “elite and eclectic group of wineries” together under one roof. 

Tickets are available online.

Winestyr, a direct-to-consumer online wine market, was founded in 2011 by Scott Washburn, Bob Wilson and John Wilson.

Credit: Provided

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