rw_webbanners-nyc If you haven’t heard yet, here’s the good news: RAW Wine Fair, the natural wine expo originally founded in London, is popping-up in Bushwick this weekend, Sun + Mon Nov 6-7 (99 Scott Av in Brooklyn, a 5-minute walk from the Jefferson L Train). There’s still time to get tickets–and you can also plan to attend one of the after-parties happening around Brooklyn and Manhattan. For, I profiled Isabelle Legeron, the only French female Master of Wine and an incredibly passionate spokesperson for the natural wine movement. Check out the story here. You can find out more info on RAW Wine here (I think if you show up on the day-of without a ticket, it should be fine, FYI). Below, I’ve compiled a broad representation of the after-parties and dinners happening around RAW. The easiest thing to do is just show up at The Ten Bells on any given night between Nov 4-8 to find winemakers parties and plenty of juice flowing. See you there! RAW Wine After-Parties, Dinners, Events // note that prices generally do not include tax or gratuity Sunrise Sunset: Post-RAW pop-up dinner party, Sunday Nov 6th, starting at 6pm  Keep the party going post-RAW while staying in Bushwick, with Asian-themed bar food by chef Gary Kim (Sheep & Wolves / co-founder Anju) alongside wines BTG or bottles from Alexandre Bain, Chateau de Beru, Finca Parrera and Zanotto. Rouge Tomate Chelsea: Jean-Pierre Rietsch and Tom Shobbrook, Nov 4, 6:30-10pm These winemakers will be taking over the bar room of Rouge Tomate Chelsea, with special BTG offerings. No tickets or reservations necessary. Also at Rouge Tomate Chelsea: Dinner with Sepp Muster and Franz StrohmeierNov 9, time The 16 seats at RTC’s communal tables will be filled for this dinner, with a family style menu featuring the hosted producers. To complement the pours from these Austrian natural wine rockstars, a vegetable-focused Austrian feast will be served (spaetzle and kraut!). $99; email or call restaurant for reservations. Il Buco: Live music and Italian winemaker dinner, Tues Nov 8, 7-11pm Producers will be on hand for the evening and chatting with guests, including: Franco Terpin, Il Cancelliere, Cantina D’Angello, Cantina de Barone, Fabio De Beaumont, La Maliosa, Andrea Scovero, Viña Enebro and Denis Montanar. Sugarman 3 will be performing live during dinner, featuring Neal Sugarman on saxophone, Adam Scone on Hammond organ, and Rudy Elbin on drums. Buy tickets here, $75/person (drinks will be charged separately). Barano: Andrea Scovero & Franco Terpin dinner, Monday, Nov. 7, 7:30pm At this new casual eatery in Brooklyn, these two iconic Italian producers will host a tasting of some of the finest offerings coming out of Piedmont and Friuli. Featured wines include: Scovero 2013 Nebbiolo, 2014 Dolcetto, 2014 Barbera; Terpin 2015 Quinto Quarto Bianco, 2015 Quinto Quarto Ramato, 2008 Ribolla Gialla, 2011 Sialis Pinot Grigio Ramato, 2009 Jakot, 2015 Sauvignon Blanc. Tickets $105; buy here. Sel Rrose: Special dinner with Theo Milan (Domaine Henri Milan), Nov 9, 6:30-9pm In the chic, intimate Sel Rrose space on Delancey, enjoy a specially prepared, 4-course menu with 8 delicious wines from this Provence producer, including a vertical of Clos Milan from ’06-‘09. $110; email for reservations. El Quinto Pino: Alta Alella dinner, Nov 7, 7-10pm This is a 4-course dinner prepared by chefs Alex Raij & Eder Montero with winemaker Jose-Maria Pujol Busquet of organic estate Alta Alella in Northern Spain. $68; buy tickets here. Brooklyn Wine Exchange: Zusslin wines seminar, Nov 2nd at 7pm One of Alsace’s most iconic naturally-working estates, Marie Zusslin will conduct a seminar about her winery and her biodynamically made wines, showing a vertical of her Rieslings Grand Cru, no-sulfur-added Crémant de, and Pinot Noir. More info here, reserve seats by calling the store. Diner Airstream: Joe Swick dinner hosted by Uva Wines, Nov 5th, 7:30pm A 3-course meal paired with Joe’s beautiful Oregon wines, including some back-vintages—in a vintage airstream behind Diner! $85; for reservations email Tertulia: “Soleras & Smoke: A Night of Sherry And Wood-Fire-Grilled Fare” Nov 7, 9:30pm until late (un-related to RAW, but still cool!) Pop-up sherry bar hosted by En Rama, with food from Speedy Romeo. Organizer Nick Africano aims to provide a relaxed, fun setting for discovering “the mysteries and myths of sherry,” for “novices and pros alike.” The Ten Bells: “Meet the Winemakers” parties, Nov 5-8, around 8:30/9pm until late As usual, The Ten Bells will be the point de rendez-vous for winemakers and wine lovers alike who want to get loud and rowdy. There will be 50 wines by-the-glass at low margin, so you can re-taste whatever you loved at RAW, along with—these are Sev’s words—“dancing on the tables, burning the place down!” On election night (the 8th, duh), there will be a special American natural winemakers night, featuring Brianne Day, Joe Swick, Evan Lewandowski, and more. Below is the complete line-up: MEET THE RAW WINEMAKERS @ THE TEN BELLS Saturday Nov. 5th, 8:30pm Géraud Bonnet – Ferme apicole Desrochers Jaques Perritaz – Cidrerie du Vulcain Clémence Lelarge – Lelarge-Pugeot Jérôme Bretaudeau – Domaine de Bellevue François de Nicolay – Domaine Chandon de Briailles Isabelle Jolly & Jean-Luc Chossart – Domaine Jolly-Ferriol Luca Garbarolio – Carussin Xavier Ledogar – Domaine Ledogar Antonin Azzoni – Le Raisin et l’Ange Philippe Chaigneau – Château Massereau Even Bakke – Clos de Trias Sunday Nov. 6th, 9pm Marie Zusslin, Domaine Zusslin Franz Strohmeier – Wein & Sektmanufaktur Strohmeier Eduard Tscheppe & Stephanie Tscheppe-Eselböck – Gut Oggau Sepp Muster – Weingut Maria & Sepp Muster Rudolf Trossen – Weingut Rita & Rudolf Trossen Ewald Tscheppe – Werlitsch Petr Nejedlík – Dobrá Vinice Kim Engle, Debra Bermingham & Katy Koken – Bloomer Creek Vineyard Tracey & Jared Brandt – Donkey & Goat Christian Tschida Jason Edward Charles – Vinca Minor Wines Hardy Wallace – Dirty & Rowdy Family Winery Tony Coturri – Coturri Winery Joe Pedicini – Montebruno Monday Nov. 7th, 8:30pm (also Sev’s birthday!) Jean-Pierre Rietsch – Domaine Rietsch Ricardo Zanotto – Zanotto Col Fondo Alexandre Bain – Domaine Bain Athenais de Beru – Château de Beru Alberto Anguissola & Diego Ragazzi – Casè Fred Niger – Domaine de l’Ecu Theophile Milan – Domaine Milan Olivier Paul-Morandini – Fuori Mondo Rubén Parera Renau – Finca Parera Tom Shobbrook – Shobbrook Wines Tuesday Nov. 8th – “bad ombrés and nasty women” theme, 8:30pm Brianne Day – Day Wines Deirdre Heekin – La Garagista Farm & Winery Joe Pedicini – Montebruno Joe Swick – Swick wines Kim Engle, Debra Bermingham & Katy Koken – Bloomer Creek Vineyard Evan Lewandowski – Ruth Lewandowski Shaunt Oungoulian, Samuel Baron & Diego Roig – Living Wines Collective Kenny Likitprakong – The Hobo Wine Company Hardy Wallace – Dirty & Rowdy Family Winery Tony Coturri – Coturri Winery Shaunt Oungoulian – Samuel Baron – Diego Roig – Living Wines Collective Darek Trowbridge – Old World Winery Phillip Hart & Mary Morwood Hart – Ambyth Estate Jason Edward Charles – Vinca Minor Wines Lewis Dickson – La Cruz de Comal Tracey & Jared Brandt – Donkey & Goat