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Saturday wine tastings at Norman Brothers


    Ohh, the cool weather’s here and Norman Brothers Produce is celebrating with every-Saturday, noon to 3 p.m. free wine tastings at their overgrown fruit, veggie and meat stand at 7621 SW 87 Ave., Miami.

   They bring in a winery rep from Italy, California or elsewhere and sample three or four wines, accompanied by snacks from cheese to fruit to nuts.

    “We get all kinds of wine,” says manager/partner Johnnie Rodhe – red, white, rosé.

    Norman Brothers also sells wine, of course, from a soft, $8 cabernet sauvignon called Avalon to the august Opus One at $180. Something good to go with those big steaks and potatoes they sell.

    And on Nov. 14, from 8 to 11 p.m., they’re holding a $25-each charity wine tasting, complete with snacks and a jazz band, benefiting University of Miami autism programs.


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