Oct 16, 2010-
Oct 16, 2010
09:00AM - 03:00PM
Woodbridge Winery Hosts Annual CASI California State Championship Chili Cook-Off
Annual CASI California State Championship Chili Cook-Off
Woodbridge Winery
Event Description

WHAT: Woodbridge Winery Hosts Annual CASI California State Championship Chili Cook-Off. This year's competition will feature cooks from across the United States preparing chili from scratch at the Woodbridge Winery in Lodi. Each chili dish will be evaluated by a panel of judges in a blind tasting. The three California teams with the highest scores will qualify for the Terlingua International Chili Cook-Off in Terlingua, Texas in November 2011. Don't miss the season's most anticipated chili competition!

WHERE: Woodbridge Winery 5950 East Woodbridge Road Acampo, California 95220 (209) 365-8139

WHEN: Saturday October 16th from 9 am to 3 pm. Judging starts at 2 pm.

WHY: A great cause, delicious food and a fabulous setting. Open to the public at no cost, this event will bring more than 35 passionate cooks and their culinary teams together to compete. Giving back to the community was a cornerstone of the late Robert Mondavi's philosophy, and, as in the past, Woodbridge Winery will honor this vision by donating all proceeds from the event to the Lodi Public Library Foundation. Now in its 44th year, CASI sanctions over 500 U.S. and international cook-offs and donates over $1,000,000 annually to local charities.

Additional attractions: - "People's Choice Award- where spectators taste and select their favorite chili ($3 for five tastings); - Classic car show ($10 entry fee) with 200 classic cars and motorcycles; - Live music, Woodbridge wines and extensive vendor booths.

Fee: $3.00

Contact Information
Name: Woodbridge Winery    
Phone: 209-365-8139



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