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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Feb 19, 2009-
Mar 16, 2009
10:00AM - 05:00PM
GET LUCKY AT LARSON LIMERICK CONTEST
Limerrick Contest
Sonoma,
Event Description
Larson Family Winery on Millerick Road in Sonoma is hosting its first Get Lucky at Larson Limerick Contest. This is a family affair, as there are three categories of entries: children under age 12, teens and young adults ages 13-20, and adults ages 21 and over. Entries can be mailed, emailed, or dropped off at the Larson Family Winery Tasting room on Millerick Road during business hours. Entries are due by Monday March 9th at 5pm. 
 

Entries shall consist of a limerick in the classic form, with a theme of Sonoma Valley grapes, and/or Sonoma Valley wine. There will be two winners in each category.   Winners will be announced on Friday March 13th, the start of a weekend long St. Patrick’s Day celebration at Larson, where they will be serving up their award winning wines along with a wee bit of Irish fair through March 16th. You might even catch a glimpse of Lucky the Leprechaun! First place winners of each category will receive three horseback rides through the vineyards; second place will receive a $50 gift coupon to our tasting room.
 
For more information call (707)938-3031 xt. 20, or visit www.larsonfamilywinery.com to view the Limerick Contest Rules. Good luck!
 

 
Fee: $5.00

Contact Information
Name: Larson Family Winery     Email: tr@larsonfamilywinery.com
Phone: 707-938-3031      Fax: 707-938-3424

 

 

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