See you next year!
WHAT: The 11th Annual MOtown Co-Operative Off-Line Tasting
Late August, 2002!
The Ann Arbor - Detroit, Michigan, area
YOU! -- if you're a wired wine lover!
Art by Cindy Baldwin,
with apologies to Dubonnet.
ALMOST-LIVE COVERAGE: These links lead to tasting notes and photos of specific events at the 2001 event, MoCool 10: Tour de France.
- Thursday: Evening at the Kahles'.
- Friday: Lunch at Kerrytown Bistro.
- Friday: Trombley's Van Volxem tasting.
- Friday: Dinner at Duet in Detroit.
- Saturday: Picnique with the Cyberwinos.
- Sunday: Domaine Ogier Côte-Rôtie.
With participants from more than a dozen states plus Canada, the UK and South Africa, MoCool 10: Tour de France broke all previous records to make us the largest cyberwine gathering in history!
Our first all-French MoCool was the most vinously exciting ever, while keeping the MoCool tradition of informal, non-snobby sociability.
Click each day's link above for the details of the long weekend's events, both unofficial and official. If you weren't able to join us this year but would like to know about future events, you can use the form at left to sign up for the MoCool E-mail list. List members will receive periodic updates and the first announcement of plans for the 2002 event.
More about MoCool
MoCool is the Motown Cooperative Off-Line, the world's largest and longest-running cyberwine gathering -- non-profit and consumer-run by a bunch of volunteers in the Detroit / Ann Arbor area. Our web site is graciously hosted by Robin Garr at his Wine Lovers Page, www.wineloverspage.com/mocool
MoCool emails go only to those who sign up for them at the web site, and the list is never shared or sold. If you change addresses, no longer want to receive our email, or have anything else to share, please write us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Previous Events ...
MoCool 2000's theme was BELOW THE BELT -- Wines of the Southern Hemisphere. A record 130-plus participants spend the long weekend of Aug. 25-27, 2000, socializing with cyberwine buddies, tasting all kinds of wines from below the Equator, and enjoying piles of great food! Here's the full report, with tasting notes!.
For more information, and to get a sense of what these events are all about, check out the complete online archive: MoCool '95, MoCool '96, MoCool '97, MoCool '98 and MoCool '99 Notes Pages.
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