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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Mar 04, 2011-
Mar 13, 2011
10:30AM - 05:00PM
Barrel Tasting at Windsor Oaks Vineyards & Winery
Celebrate one of the biggest events in Sonoma County! - We are only open to the public 18 days a year- Barrel Tasting weekends are 6 of them! This is the perfect opportunity to visit our beautiful 710-acre estate and sample our award-winning wines.
Sonoma,
Windsor Oaks Vineyards & Winery
Event Description

You and your guest will have full access to our Barrel Room and our private, VIP Club Lounge where you can sample a selection of our bottled artisan

estate wines, including new releases, award winning favorites and library treats. We will also be serving our ever popular Decadent Mushroom Truffle Bisque, (back by popular demand)!

From the Barrels, try our future:

Estate 2010 Pinot Noir – 2 Dijon Clones – Russian River Valley

Estate 2009 Sangiovese – Chalk Hill

Estate 2009 Cabernet Franc – Chalk Hill

Estate 2009 Late Harvest Zinfandel – Russian River Valley

At Windsor Oaks, we do Futures very differently! Feel free to “mix and match”.

Unlike many other Barrel “Futures” purchase opportunities, we do not require you to

purchase a full case of one wine. Our minimum futures purchase is just 6 bottles, so with

mix and match you can actually get barrel futures of up to 4 different wines.

6 full days

Friday, Saturday and Sunday : March 4th – 6th & March 11th-13th, 10:30 AM to 5:00 PM

10810 Hillview Road, Windsor, California 95492

Hope to see you soon! As always, private parties and VIP Tours, Tastings and Picnics are available by appointment.

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Email: wine@windsoroaks.com
Phone: 707-433-3810

 

 

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