Upcoming: Barrel Tasting Weekend

Upcoming: Barrel Tasting Weekend

It is mere weeks until the kick-off of the 2019 winetasting season in Livermore! The weekend of March 23-24 will bring a perennial favorite: Barrel Tasting Weekend. Here are the details:

Ruby Hill Barrel TastingThe Livermore Valley Winegrowers Association has put together another wonderful event. One $45 ticket provides two days of fun, with a commemorative wine glass in hand. This year more than 30 local wineries are participating, many offering special tasting flights, futures sales, live music, food, arts and crafts booths, and of course the chance to taste wine straight from the barrel! Each winery has special plans, so be sure to the check the schedule.

These wineries have already agreed to participate:

  • 3 Steve’s Winery
  • Bent Creek Winery
  • Big White House Winery
  • Boa Ventura de Caires
  • Cedar Mountain Winery & Port Works
  • Charles R Vineyards
  • Crooked Vine Winery
  • Dante Robere Vineyards
  • Darcie Kent Vineyards
  • Eagle Ridge Vineyard
  • Ehrenberg Cellars
  • el Sol Winery
  • Eight Bridges Brewery
  • Embodied Wines
  • Fenestra Winery
  • Garré Vineyard and Winery
  • Las Positas Vineyards
  • Leisure Street Winery
  • Longevity Wines
  • McGrail Vineyards & Winery
  • Mitchell Katz Winery
  • Murrieta’s Well
  • Omega Road Winery
  • Page Mill Winery
  • Retzlaff Estate Winery
  • Rios-Lovell Winery
  • Rodrigue Molyneaux Winery
  • The Singing Winemaker
  • Sutherland Distilling
  • The Steven Kent Winery
  • Wente Vineyards
  • Winemaker’s Studio
  • Wood Family Vineyards!

The logistics of the weekend are simple. Purchase your tickets in advance here and choose the winery which will be your starting point. That winery will have your wristband and wine glass waiting for you when you arrive. From then on, go all the participating wineries you want all weekend and celebrate the start of a new season of winetasting.

See you there!


About the Author: John grills a mean steak and is always in the market for another wine fridge. Believes that if a winery has more than 10 employees, it's probably too big. Buys wine faster than he drinks it, but who cares?

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