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|DATE / TIME||EVENTS / INDUSTRY||LOCATION|
|Oct 06, 2017-|
Oct 08, 2017
|2017 Sonoma County Harvest Fair|
Wine Tasting and More!
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
Join us in the celebration of local food, wine and beer at the Sonoma County Harvest Fair Friday, October 6 – Sunday, October 8. A community tradition since 1975, this event will showcase and promote locally grown agricultural products, celebrate the region's culinary arts and provide an opportunity for patrons to taste premium wines and microbrews from the region.
Sonoma County Harvest Fair will feature three full days of wine tasting with 100+ wineries, wine sales, food pairing, craft beer & cider tasting, marketplace, chef demonstrations, workshops and seminars, World Wrapped Cooking Competition and the World Championship Grape Stomp.
For over 40 years, attending the Harvest Fair has been a tradition for both local and out of town guests. Wine and food lovers from as far abroad as South America, India and even Australia, plan their visit to Santa Rosa each October, to sample the county’s bounty. Make plans to join us and taste the best of Sonoma County.
General Admission: $5 All Ages
Tasting Pavilion: $65 per person/ Presale $60 until October 5th
3 Day Presale Pass $140
Per Person Group Rate (Minimum 20) $55
Friday, Oct. 6
Gate: 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Saturday/Sunday, Oct. 7 & 8
Gate: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Grand Tasting Tickets: (Must be 21+ to enter the Tasing Pavilion) $65 per person / Pre-Sale $60 per person Until October 5
(Includes gate admission)
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