World Cup Wine Walk

Tour the world’s finest wine countries such as France, Italy, Spain, New Zealand, South Africa, and the United States.  Sponsored by our friends and wine experts from the Bread Garden market in Iowa City, The World Cup Wine Walk takes place all weekend including Sunday, October 17 during the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup from as part of the Jingle Cross Festival and UCI World Cup at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Iowa City. 

Get your commemorative World Cup Wine Walk glass for $2 and then enjoy our wine selections from all over the world at the discounted price of $5 for a 3 oz pour. Get a collectable silicone wrist band from each country you visit at the Blizzard Bar, Polar Pub, and the Krumpit Kantina atop Mt. Krumpit. You must be 21 or older to purchase, government approved ID’s will be checked at Wine Walk  locations. See our amazing selections from the Bread Garden Market below!


Scarpetta, Prosecco (2019)

Light, bright and sparkling! Aromas of juicy melon, white flowers and hazelnut. This Prosecco comes from Italy’s newest DOC region for Prosecco.

Krumpit Kantina (Mt. Krumpit)

Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough (2020)

Aromas of gooseberry, florals and citrus. Hints of nettle, with melon and mineral notes add allure and complexity. Vibrant notes of nectarine, pink grapefruit and guava leading to a vibrant citrus finish.    

Blizzard Bar (Building C)

Brew Cru, Chardonnay Western Cape (2019)

This well-balanced wine displays the true characteristics of a cool climate Chardonnay. On the nose is beautiful orange blossom, peach and mandarin with undertones of raw almonds. The palate shows great finesse with subtle hints of nougat and toasty notes with a refreshing, lasting and creamy finish.

Polar Pub – South Pole (infield)


Bodegas y Viñedos Raúl Pérez

Bierzo Mencía Ultreia Saint Jacques (2018)

Floral, spicy aromas. Juicy, well-structured red fruit with great vibrancy and length on the palate. A long finish is marked by hints of herbs, coffee bean, and super-subtle oak. 

Krumpit Kantina (top of Mt. Krumpit)

Lionel Faury, Collines Rhodaniennes Syrah (2019) 

Peppery and plummy with hints of black olive, sagebrush, dark cherries, and lavender, this Syrah has great finesse and never disappoints. 

Blizzard Bar (Building C)

Ridge Vineyards, Three Valleys Sonoma County (2019)

Aromas of ripe raspberry and cherry fruits, fresh mint, exotic spices, with clay-earth minerals. Beautiful briary fruits on entry, medium-full body, integrated tannins, and great persistence to the finish.  

Polar Pub – South Pole (infield)