Jun 08, 2013-
Jun 09, 2013
11:00AM - 04:00PM
Celebrate 2nd Annual “Passport to Pinot” Weekend with Hartford Family Winery!
Join us to celebrate the beauty of Pinot Noir! Our lively event offers the opportunity to sample wines from barrel with Winemaker Jeff Stewart – this only happens once a year! Several limited-production Pinots will be featured as well.
Hartford Family Winery, 8075 Martinelli Rd, Forest
Event Description

 The 2nd Annual Passport to Pinot Weekend is just around the corner…

We invite you to join us at Hartford Family Winery to enjoy the beauty of Pinot Noir!  Hidden in the majestic Redwoods just a mile from the Russian River, our lively event weekend offers the rare opportunity to sample wines from barrel with Winemaker Jeff Stewart – this only happens once a year!  Several single-vineyard, highly-acclaimed Pinots from our 2009 & 2010 vintages will be featured as well, with a menu to pair prepared by Preferred Sonoma Caterers.  Paintings by local artist Carole Watanabe and live music all weekend -- performances by guitarist/vocalist David Luning (Saturday, 12-3 PM) and pianist/vocalist Gentry Bronson (Sunday, 12-3 PM).  Cheers!

Event dates: Saturday June 8 & Sunday June 9 from 11:00 AM-4:00 PM.

Tickets will be available at the door; to purchase event tickets in advance, visit

Please note that our Tasting Room will be open to the public for normal business hours, 10:00 AM- 4:30 PM, as the event will be held in a separate area. Tasting fee is $15 per person for a flight of 6 wines, waived with bottle purchase; complimentary for Wine Club Members.  

Fee: $60.00

Contact Information
Name: Hospitality Department     Email:
Phone: 707-887-8011



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