Wine on the Fly
Wine on the Fly
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Testminoials


"At first I suspected Wine on the Fly might be too fancy for my taste - which could have been fun in its own right - but it was actually educational to be around people who take their wine and food as seriously as they do their fishing and who do it all without acting superior." John Gierach, Fly Fishing Author Extraordinaire

"Divining what’s hatching, reading the water to decide on presentation, making a cast and mending to control the drift of the fly to a big, rising trout—and having it all come together. Who knew, but I think we use the same part of the brain to choose wines, when we’re experienced and educated enough to do so. Wine on the Fly brings fly-fishing and wine connoisseurs together, and it’s a wonderful pairing. For me, getting educated about wines was the perfect ending to a fly-fishing day." Joe Healy, past Publisher, Fly Rod & Reel Magazine

"The days for the Wine on the Fly experience were filled with fantastic meals, fun fishing, wonderful new friends, and some truly great wines. My wife and I are already talking about going next year. I would recommend the trip to anyone wanting to discover how to blend fly-fishing and wine sipping. There are so many good adjectives available to describe the WOTF experience. Truly, it was a great time." Don O., Durango, CO

"Thank you for making this trip not only educational, but absolutely enjoyable. The trip, in one word, was fantastic!!" Dave I., Bixby, OK

"Great wines. Amazing food. Super pairings. I loved hearing from the vintners. Great group of guests. We look forward to hearing great things about your future events - and hope to see you at one." Terri O., Durango, CO

"How can you beat it! Fly fishing by day, great meals with some of the world’s fine wines by night. All this, coupled with amazing attention to detail , made my experience with Wine on the Fly a fantastic experience. Thanks Brian. I can’t wait to attend another one of your adventures and catch 'the big one that got away.'"
D. B., Ann Arbor, MI