MILLBURN, NJ - The Paper Mill Playhouse will have its 5th Annual Wine Tasting benefit on Saturday, Nov. 3 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in the Paper Mill Playhouse Gallery and Grand Lobby. 
 
The event is hosted by Paper Mill Playhouse and Kings Fine Wine and Spirits. It will include exclusive wine vendors such as Tempranillo, the finest importer of Spanish wines in America, Winebow, which specializes in Italian wines, and Hunterdon Brewing, which has one of the best craft beer portfolios in the country. Also expected is renowned Master of Whiskey, Peter O'Connor, of Spike TV’s “Bar Rescue.”
 
 
As guests enjoy the selection of fine wines, craft beer, and spirits, they will also be treated to Enjou chocolates, gourmet, and artisanal foods by D’Aratagnan and Cheese Works. D’Artagnan is a company dedicated to putting the finest foie gras, meat, game, truffles, and mushrooms on the tables of American gastronomes whether at home or in restaurants. Cheese Works imports, distributes, and markets premium cheese and specialty food items from the world’s finest artisans.
 
Paper Mill will also welcome retailer Montblanc to the Wine Tasting Benefit. Montblanc’s Short Hills Boutique will showcase the latest line of timepieces comprised of products that not only uphold the company's traditional values but also explore the frontiers of fine watch making. Montblanc, established in 1906, is well known for precision in design, materials, and craftsmanship. It is one of the leading worldwide, diversified luxury brands owned by the Swiss based Richemont group. 

 
Paper Mill Playhouse's Managing Director, Todd Schmidt said of the event, “Paper Mill Playhouse’s Annual Wine Tasting Benefit is a wonderful evening out. Now in its fifth year, this popular event attracts people from all over the state and features some of the best food, wine, spirits, beer and timepieces you will find anywhere.  Not only is this event a wonderful night out, but it a fun way to support Paper Mill Playhouse’s artistic, education and outreach initiatives.”
 
Tickets are $75.00 per person and all proceeds benefit Paper Mill Playhouse artistic, education and outreach programs. To make a reservation please call Paper Mill Playhouse’s Special Events Manager, Leigh Schaedel at 973-315-1663, email lschaedel@papermill.org or visit www.PaperMill.org.  Because space is limited, it is suggested that reservations be made early.