In just a few weeks a festival with fine wine and great food is returning to the incredible Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture. Its time to get excited about this year’s Uncorked: SF!
Food and wine festivals are amazing, and Uncorked Wine Festivals delivers one of the best. For the sixth year the festival returns to Fort Mason in San Francisco on January 26th from 12-4pm. This event has a lot to like: over 200 wines and champagnes from over 40 wineries, plus gourmet food trucks, a live DJ, and even a photo wall.
This event has three ticket options available. A new VIP ticket gets you in the door at noon for an extra hour of tasting and includes exclusive access to a VIP lounge (with dedicated seating and bathrooms) plus additional high end wine tasting selections poured by the wine makers. VIP ticket holders also get access to the VIP mimosa bar hosted by Terlato Wines, and a special commemorative wine tumbler. The VIP ticket is $100, but see below for an special offer!
There is also an Early Admission ticket for $80 that provides entrance at noon for that delicious extra hour of tasting and access to all 40 wineries. General admission ($65) starts at 1pm. All tickets include admission and wine tastings (with food sold separately). The Festival closes at 4pm. This event is 21 and over only and does not allow babies or infants.
A first for Wine Tasting Bliss: the nice folks at Uncorked Wine Festivals have extended a special offer for our readers! Just use “wtb” as a Promo Code to save $10 on your ticket (regardless of which one you choose). Order tickets here and click on “Enter promo code” to enter “wtb” on the order page. The link is somewhat hard to find, so look in the top, left hand corner of the ticket selection popup. The $10 savings will make a bit of looking well worth it!
So mark your calendar and order your tickets. We hope to 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?