Outdoor wine and food tasting event at historic Bernardo Winery will feature area wines recently honored at competitions
SAN DIEGO – April 26, 2016 – Wine makers from around the County will showcase their fan favorites and award-winning wines at the San Diego County Vintners Association (SDCVA) Wine & Food Festival Sunday, May 15 from 1 – 4 p.m. at Bernardo Winery. Tickets available here and are $50 for unlimited wine tasting and a selection of gourmet foods. Designated driver tickets include food tasting and bottled water and are $15.
The festival will feature over 25 San Diego County wineries, many of them national and international awards winners, along with educational information about winemaking, food demonstrations, a silent auction and live music. Food vendors will provide food samples that pair well with a variety of wines. Funds raised will support association education and marketing programs for SDCVA member wineries and vineyards.
The historic, village-like Bernardo Winery in San Diego will provide a charming setting for one of the most intimate, local wine tasting events for wine enthusiasts who want to meet wine makers and learn more about the wine scene in San Diego County – where California win began.
“This annual festival highlights the incredible quality and variety of wines being produced in San Diego County,” says San Diego County Vintners Association President Linda McWilliams, owner of San Pasqual Winery in La Mesa. “Our County is rich in microclimates that enable viticulturists to grow a variety of grapes and produce an array of varietals. This has inspired 115 wineries throughout our region to produce varietals ranging from Sangiovese and Syrah, to Cabernet Franc, Grenache and Viognier – and many more!”
To purchase tickets visit: http://sdcvawine2016.brownpapertickets.com
About the San Diego County Vintners Association
The San Diego County Vintners Association (SDCVA) is a membership organization that supports and promotes the extensive winegrowing community throughout San Diego County (south of Temecula). With 115 wineries throughout the county, San Diego continues to gain attention from wine enthusiasts across the country who recognize its potential to become the next celebrated wine region. The SDCVA welcomes you to San Diego County – where California wine began. Visit www.sandiegowineries.org. Like us on Facebook.
Media passes are also available.