You want good wine?
You want some tasty nibbles?
You want beautiful music?
You want gorgeous scenery?
You want it all in one place?
There’s only one place I know of that combines all of that, and that’s why I make a point of telling you about Winesong year in and year out.
The 2013 edition of Winesong is just a month away—on Saturday, September 7. Once again, it will be held on the grounds of the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens, overlooking the blue Pacific. In a word, the vistas are breathtaking.
In the early years that I attended Winesong, I recall the music—performed by talented mini-groups staged throughout the grounds—being strictly classical. These days, it’s a genre-bending mix of classical, jazz, big band, calypso and celtic folk—truly something for just about everyone.
And that goes for the wine, too. Just check out the all-star lineup of adult beverage purveyors for 2013…
B.R. Cohn Winery
Barra of Mendocino
Hill Family Estate
Hook & Ladder Winery
Revana Family Vineyard
Reynolds Family Vineyard
Rocca Family Vineyards
Robert Biale Vineyards
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again… and I’ll probably say it next year about this time as well: If you can attend only one wine event in a given year, Winesong should be the one.
For all the details on the 2013 edition of my favorite wine festival, visit the Winesong website.
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