Outdoor wine festival features unlimited tasting of San Diego County wines, live music, a silent auction and exhibits
The San Diego County Vintners Association (SDCVA) will host the 2019 SDCVA Wine Festival on Saturday, May 18 from 1 – 4 p.m. at Sikes Adobe Historic Farmstead at 12655 Sunset Drive, Escondido, CA 92025. Tickets are $55 for unlimited wine tasting and can be purchased through Brown Paper Tickets.
Dozens of San Diego County’s finest wines, many of them award-winning, will be poured at the only wine festival to exclusively feature San Diego County wineries. Attendees will discover the array of varietals produced county wide and connect with the wine makers, learn more about their craft and San Diego County’s thriving wine community.
In addition to unlimited wine tastings, there will be a wine-themed silent auction, live music and the opportunity for attendees to purchase their favorite wines. Funds raised will support association education and marketing programs for SDCVA member wineries and vineyards.
Festival wineries and exhibitors will include:
- Bernardo Winery
- BK Cellars Urban Winery
- Campo Creek Vineyards
- Charlie and Echo
- Coyote Oaks Vineyards
- Fallbrook Winery
- Forgotten Barrel
- Gianni Buonomo Vintners
- Highland Valley Vineyards
- Hill Top Winery
- Hungry Hawk Vineyards and Winery
- Koi Zen Cellars Craft Winery
- La Finquita Winery
- Milagro Farm Winery
- Orfila Vineyards
- Principe di Tricase Winery
- San Diego Beer, Wine and Spirits Tours
- San Diego State University Business of Wine
- San Pasqual Winery
- Shadow Mountain Vineyards and Winery
- Sierra Roble Winery
- Speckle Rock Winery
- Valentina Vineyards
- Woof ‘n Rose Winery and Vineyard
- ZXQ Vineyards
“Our annual wine festival is the perfect environment to showcase the unique and varied varietals produced throughout the region,” said San Diego County Vintners Association President Ed Embly, owner of Hungry Hawk Vineyards in Escondido. “The festival gives our wineries the opportunity to showcase their best wines to fellow wine enthusiasts who are eager to learn more about our growing wine region.”
To purchase tickets, visit: https://sdcva2019.brownpapertickets.com
About the San Diego County Vintners Association
The San Diego County Vintners Association (SDCVA) is a non-profit trade association that supports the winemaking community throughout San Diego County (south of Temecula). With 115 artisan and family-owned wineries and vineyards throughout the county, and a wide range of microclimates allowing for cultivation of a wide variety of grape types, San Diego County wine country is extremely diverse. The ways to enjoy San Diego wine are diverse, too. From stylish urban wineries, to award-winning tasting rooms and picturesque vineyards, San Diego provides an array of ways to discover artisanal wines. www.sandiegowineries.org Follow SDCVA on Facebook and Instagram.
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