This year’s event will be at the Festival Pavilion at the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco on Sunday, August 21 (open to consumers 3-6 pm, open to trade 1-6 pm) and on Monday, August 22 (open to trade only 2-6 pm).
If you haven’t purchased your tickets yet, you should go here and buy them in advance. You can purchase admission at the door, but it will be $10 more.
There will be over 300 wineries pouring this year, so pace yourself. You can read our basic page on the event here.
If you are going to this year’s event, here are our recommendations for the tables you should focus on:
Don’t Miss These Ten - Try these first, at a leisurely pace, so you can better appreciate the full scope of their offerings:
Benovia (Santa Rosa)
L’Aventure Winery (Paso Robles)
Melville Vineyards and Winery (Lompoc)
Merry Edwards Wines (Sebastopol)
Paloma Vineyard (St. Helena)
Pride Mountain Vineyards (St. Helena)
Robert Biale Vineyards (Napa)
Tablas Creek Vineyard (Paso Robles)
Turley Wine Cellars (Templeton)
And, Another Ten Worth Checking Out:
Carol Shelton Wines (Santa Rosa)
HALL (St. Helena, Rutherford)
Hartford Family Winery (Forestville)
Kachina Vineyards (Healdsburg)
Kokomo Winery (Healdsburg)
Schug Carneros Estate (Sonoma)
Shannon Ridge Vineyards and Winery (Clearlake Oaks)
The Terraces Winery (St. Helena)