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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Mar 19, 2011-
Mar 20, 2011
11:00AM - 04:00PM
21st Annual Savor Sonoma Valley
Join 24 Wineries throughout Sonoma Valley this March for a Food & Wine Experience!
Sonoma,
Event Description

Wineries will be showcasing 2010 vintage wines straight from the barrels, sampling new releases, and offering award-winning wines paired perfectly with culinary creations prepared by local chefs and restaurants.

Meet winemakers, mingle with wine lovers behind-the-scenes, peruse art from local artists and listen to live music. Experience the best that Sonoma Valley has to offer!

Advance Ticket Options & Prices:
*WEEKEND PASS: $55 ($65 at the door)
*DESIGNATED DRIVER WEEKEND PASS: $20
*SUNDAY-ONLY PASS: $40 per person
*DESIGNATED DRIVER SUNDAY-ONLY PASS: $10 per person

Participating Wineries Include:
Audelssa Estate Winery, Benziger Family Winery, Chateau St. Jean, Deerfield Ranch Winery, Enkidu Wines, Eric Ross Winery, Family Wineries, HKG Wines, Imagery Estate Winery, Kenwood Vineyards, Kunde Family Estate, Landmark Vineyards, Ledson Winery & Vineyards, Little Vineyards, Loxton Cellars, Mayo Family Winery, Moondance Cellars, Muscardini Cellars/Ty Caton Vineyards, Paradise Ridge Winery, St. Francis Winery, VJB Vineyards & Cellars, Valley of the Moon Winery, Wellington Vineyards

Event Posters are on sale for $20! Standard size: 18"x24" (packaging and shipping not included). Call (866) 794-9463 to order.

SPECIAL OFFERS:
California Wine Tours is offering $50 off any charter for the weekend for Savor Sonoma Valley guests. Phone (707) 265-4312 for details. California Wine Tours


SPECIAL LODGING OFFERS
Chauvet Luxury Vacation Rentals is offering a special discount on their luxurious 3 bedroom, 2 bath condominiums featuring fabulous amenities. Stay 2 nights at $450/night or 3 nights at $395/night (discounted from $545/night). Offer subject to availability. Call (415) 823-4570 to take advantage of this special offer.

Fee: $55.00

Contact Information

Phone: (415) 823-4570

 

      

 

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