NFL Draft Pre-Game Wine Tasting with Darren Woodson
Get behind the scenes stories from one of the greatest to ever play the game about what it is really like to be drafted.
Join former Dallas Cowboys Darren Woodson and Tyler Clutts for an NFL Draft Pre-Game Wine Tasting.
Find out what it's really like behind the scenes of the draft while drinking wine with Darren Woodson. Wine, Football, and Stories, all from the comfort of your home. A perfect night!
Darren is a 5x Pro Bowler, 4x All Pro, 3x Superbowl winner, and will be your drinking buddy as he talks to you about what really happens leading up to and after the NFL draft. Purchase your ticket and hop in a limited seating virtual wine tasting and private talk with the All Time tackles leader from the Dallas Cowboys.
Joining Darren is former NFL player Tyler Clutts who gives his own unique perspective as someone who wasn't drafted and had to earn his way on to an NFL roster through free agency. CEO and Founder of In Good Taste Wines, Joe Welch, will walk you through the wines in between the unbelievable stories from Darren and Tyler.
Wednesday, April 28 7PM-9PM CST
Taste unique and amazing wines from the Wild Child tasting kit at this private, limited, and live event.
20% of proceeds will be donated to C5 Youth Foundation of Texas
Virtual Experience (via Zoom)
Join the party from anywhere! Link will be included in your email confirmation, and wine will be delivered.
- Join from anywhere
- Limited to 800 guests
- Wild Child tasting flight (8 mini bottles), delivered to the location of your choice
VIP Experience (In-Person)
If you're in the Dallas area on the 28th, sign up for the VIP package to meet Darren in person, enjoy food, and take a picture with the hosts.
- The Network Bar in Trinity Groves
331 Singleton Blvd, Dallas, TX 75212
- 30 guest maximum
- Wild Child tasting flight (8 mini bottles), will be held for you at the event
- Guided wine tasting
- VIP seat (1 per purchase)
- Food pairings
- A picture with Darren Woodson and Tyler Clutts
- Social distancing will be enforced and masks are encouraged