VOM FASS Scottsdale plans grand-opening celebration

VOM FASS Scottsdale is ushering in its internationally acclaimed oil-vinegar-spirit concept with a weekend festival of food and cocktails, April 24-26 at the Scottsdale Waterfront, 7135 E. Camelback Road, No. 145.

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Melisa and Louis Conti, who independently own and operate VOM FASS Scottsdale — a shop offering award-winning oils, vinegars and spirits ready for sampling “from the cask” (the English translation of VOM FASS) — have planned a series of free events open to the community from noon to 9 p.m., Saturday, April 25 and noon-5 p.m., Sunday, April 26.

Street tacos will be provided throughout the day on Saturday, coinciding with craft cocktail clinics, grab bag prizes, a signature VOM FASS “Enjoy!” cookbook giveaway, tequila and margarita tasting and finishing the evening with gelato topped with a variety of delicious Vom Fass products.

From-the-cask tastings of VOM FASS oils, award-winning vinegars, unique liquors and cask-aged spirits and hand-selected wines will go on throughout the weekend.

Sunday’s schedule features “Brunch and Bubbles,” an event highlighted by brunch bites and sparkling wines, among other refreshments, all crafted with VOM FASS ingredients.

The first VOM FASS shop opened March 23, 1994 in Revenburg, Germany based on a concept of selling bulk goods from barrels, a strategy developed by the Kirdelen family.

The first store in the United States opened in 2007. Today, VOM FASS AG counts more than 250 partner shops in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Italy, Hungary, Latvia, Japan, New Zealand and the United States.

Call 480-699-1099 or visit www.scottsdale.vomfassusa.com.

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