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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Aug 22, 2010-
Aug 23, 2010
01:00PM - 06:00PM
Family Winemakers of California Tasting 2010
Family owned wineries of California come together to offer their finest wine to the public.
Marin,
San Francisco
Event Description

FAMILY WINEMAKERS OF CALIFORNIA PRESENTS “TASTING 2010”

 

August 22-23, 2010

Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason Center, San Francisco

Sunday, August 22 – 1:00 – 3:00pm Trade only; 3:00 – 6:00pm Open to public Monday, August 23 – 1:00 – 6:00pm Trade only

 

Over 325 winery members of the Family Winemakers of California will be at Fort Mason’s Festival Pavilion on Sunday, August 22 and Monday August 23 for the Association's 20th Annual “Tasting” in San Francisco. This special 20th Anniversary tasting gives wine enthusiasts an outstanding opportunity to meet the winemakers themselves, taste over 1,000 different wines, and find their new favorite varietals. Don’t miss your chance to experience the largest California wine tasting of the year!

 

Tickets for “Tasting 2010” are as follows:

 

Early Bird pricing until August 1: $45
August 2 – August 21: $55
Groups of 10 or more: $5 less than the current price
At the door: $65

 

For more information on participating wineries, ticket sales, and trade registration, please go to www.familywinemakers.org. For further information, please contact: tasting@familywinemakers.org or call at 415-705-0646.

 

Fee: $45.00

Contact Information

Phone: 415-705-0646

 

 

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