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Top 5 Wine Festivals in California

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California produces 81% of wine in the United States making it the number 1 location to visit if you are looking to attend a wine festival. Not only do they produce a large portion of wine, but thanks to California’s position in the country you can expect beautiful weather for all of them. If you are in the California area, be sure to check one of these out.

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Top 5 Wine Festivals in California

  1. 1. T O P 5 W I N E F E S T I V A L S I N C A L I F O R N I A H A L A B R A M S O N H A L A B R A M S O N F E S T I V A L . C O M
  2. 2. C A L I F O R N I A I S T H E P L A C E F O R W I N E California produces 81% of wine in the United States making it the #1 location for wine festivals. Thanks to California’s position in the country, you can expect beautiful weather for all of them.
  3. 3. T A S T E O F S O N O M A Occurring in September, this festival is an excellent opportunity for delicious food and exquisite wine. The festival brings over 100 wineries from the Sonoma county together and combines it with local chefs and restaurants to create a pleasant afternoon. You can attend a Wine Talk, which is an open discussion and tasting of wine.
  4. 4. H O S P I C E D U R H Ô N E P A S O R O B L E S The festival is two days long in April and brings in over 150 producers of Rhône wine from all over the world to showcase the 22 varieties of Rhône wine from all over the world to showcase the 22 varieties of Rhône wine. L L I C , 2 0 2 0P R E P A R E D B Y N I C O L E L I M
  5. 5. U N C O R K E D : L A 9 0 + Held in July, this festival showcases some of the best wine from around the world. This festival has over 100 wines that are rated 90 and above. You will be able to sample the wines while eating delicious gourmet food from food trucks.
  6. 6. T H E G A R A G I S T E The Garagiste, held multiple times during a year, is produced by a non-profit organization that gives scholarships to students who want to become future winemakers. It is a space where local winemakers who are still learning how to create wine are able to showcase their skills.
  7. 7. S A N D I E G O W I N E + F O O D F E S T I V A L One of the biggest wine and culinary festivals in California, this festival is held on the San Diego Bay in November. Not only do you get to eat food prepared by prize-winning chefs, but you also get a wonderful view with it. This festival is going to offer wine seminars and even cooking lessons
  8. 8. THANKS! For the full article, visit HalAbramsonFestival.com

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