Celebration Weekend 2010

Wine Seminars

Due to popular demand, our sold-out wine seminars have been expanded to accommodate more wine enthusiasts per session. This year, the wine seminars will be held in a beautiful courtyard which has never been open to the public before. Attend a seminar, then make your way to the Artisan Food Pavilion to get the full Celebration Weekend food and wine experience.

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Participating Wineries

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  • Washington Wine Association

    Washington Wine Association

    Washington State is a premium wine-producing region located in the northwest corner of the United States. Although a relatively young wine industry, it is now the nation's second largest wine producer and is ranked among the world's top wine regions. Washington wines are found nationally in all 50 states and internationally in more than 40 countries. With 32,000+ acres planted, the state has ideal geography and conditions for growing premium vinifera wine grapes. Primarily grown on their own root stocks, the vines produce grapes of consistent quality, resulting in strong vintages year after year. While its focus is on Chardonnay, Riesling, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah, the region also produces a wide range of other spectacular whites and reds.

  • Oregon Wine Board

    Oregon Wine Board

    Oregon is a place where winemakers are stewards of the land; where quality reigns, sustainability is a lifestyle and where artisan producers believe that careful attention to detail and delicate nurturing produce incredible wines. Oregon is a magical place whose borders encompass 362 miles of rugged coastline, white-peaked mountains, deep river canyons and endless amounts of green right alongside high-desert prairies and volcanic rock formations. Mostly, Oregon is a place that makes exquisite wine without any pretense. A place where visitors are always welcome and where the winemaker is never far away.

  • Ventura Wine Trail

    Ventura County Wine Trail

    Often known for its wonderful weather, beaches, agriculture, and proximity to Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, Ventura County has quickly become a wine country destination for visitors and locals alike. Today, ten family-owned wineries span the area, producing award-winning wines and a personal touch not always found in larger wine regions. Many of the tasting rooms are run by the owners and winemakers themselves, giving guests a unique and intimate experience. Wineries on the trail range from an antique winery on a working 2,000 acre cattle ranch complete with relaxing picnic grounds, to a state-of-the-art winemaking facility with all the modern amenities.

  • Santa Barbara Vintners Association

    Santa Barbara County Vintners Association

    Santa Barbara County has a history of winemaking and winegrape growing stretching back more than 200 years to before California was a state. The wines of this region have earned great respect among knowledgeable wine drinkers and have won an impressive array of medals in regional, national and international competitions. The wines frequently receive overall sweepstakes, double golds and platinums, and best-of-class awards, as well as excellent reviews. Santa Barbara County is well-known for fine Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Syrah, as well as Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Riesling and other varietals.

  • San Luis Obispo Vintners

    San Luis Obispo Vintners

    Midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, the SLO (that’s what we locals call it) wine region is comprised of three pristine viticulture areas: the Edna Valley, Arroyo Grande Valley, and Avila Valley. Our small, mostly family-owned wineries are well known for their hand-crafted bottlings of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Syrah, Grenache, Viognier, Zinfandel, and more.

  • Paso Robles Winegrowers

    Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance

    Paso Robles was named for its local oak trees, El Paso de Robles, “The Pass of the Oaks.” The name was recorded in 1828 as a rancho where the padres of San Miguel sowed wheat, and the city was founded on the rancho in 1886 and incorporated in 1889. Today the city’s name is commonly shortened to Paso Robles. The Paso Robles American Viticultural Appellation (AVA) is home to more than 180 wineries and 26,000 vineyard acres focusing on premium wine production. The distinct microclimates and diverse soils, combined with warm days and cool nights, make growing conditions ideal for producing more than 40 wine varietals from Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, to Syrah, Viognier and Roussanne, to Zinfandel, the area’s heritage wine variety.

  • Monterey Wine Country

    Monterey Wine Country

    All wines would come from Monterey Wine Country, if they could... Like guests at a vast coastal spa, our grapes luxuriate in just-right conditions. Superb soils. Warm sunshine. Cool ocean breezes. Slow and leisurely ripening up to 60 days longer than other wine growing regions. Complex and balanced, our pampered wines always express their full potential. Classy Chardonnay and Riesling. Elegant Pinot Noir and Merlot. Rich Cabernet and Syrah. Say yes! to Monterey, the origin of great taste.

  • Santa Cruz Mountains Winegrowers

    Santa Cruz Mountain Summit Winery Association

    The Santa Cruz Mountains has been recognized as a premium wine producing region since the late 1800's when local winegrowers first began to win acclaim for their wines in national and international competitions. The number of wineries and the acreage planted in the Santa Cruz Mountains has increased dramatically in recent years as the area has become recognized as a unique grape-growing region. The individual microclimates, marine influence, mountain terrain, distinctive soils, and low crop levels, all contribute to the production of intensely concentrated fruit. There are now over seventy, small, family-owned wineries in the region. The small size of these operations allows the winemakers the opportunity to handcraft their wines and to maximize the potential of the grapes. 



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