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|Jun 26, 2011-|
Jun 26, 2011
01:00PM - 04:00PM
|Mill Valley Wine and Gourmet Food Tasting|
This 30th annual event is a wine and food connoisseurs delight.
Depot Plaza, Downtown Mill Valley
Pulling out the stops once again for all you wine and food connoisseurs in the Bay Area, the 30th Annual Mill Valley Wine & Gourmet Food Tasting will more than satisfy your palate with exquisite wines and delicious gourmet food. The highly anticipated summertime event will take place on Sunday, June 26, from 1-4pm, on the Depot Plaza in beautiful downtown Mill Valley. Day of sale tickets are available at Depot Plaza in Mill Valley.
Founded in 1981 by Jim Canepa, former owner of Mill Valley Market, as a “little wine and cheese gathering,” the Mill Valley Wine & Gourmet Food Tasting has evolved over time to become the preeminent event of its kind in the greater Bay Area. Noted for its crème de la crème selection of hard-to-find and sought after wines, as well as an amazing array of gourmet products and the hottest recipes from culinary world, this is a connoisseur opportunity not to be missed! Five of Marin’s most highly regarded restaurants including the Balboa Café, Bungalow 44, Piatti, Piazza D’Angelo and Small Shed Flatbreads, as well as two exceptional new Mill Valley eateries Dish and Tsukiji Sushi, will enhance the event with signature tastings. Outstanding live music and a silent auction will also compliment the afternoon’s activities on the Plaza.
Proceeds benefit the Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce economic development and green business programs. For more information or to volunteer call the Chamber office: 415-388-9700.
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