Holiday Wine Tasting Party at the Artists Alley by WineSocials
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The last date listed for Holiday Wine Tasting Party was Saturday December 18, 2010 / 7:30pm to 9:30pm.
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Combining two of the Bay Area's most popular trips into one spectacular all-day tour, Extranomical Adventures and its friendly guide take guests north over the Golden Gate Bridge to the Muir Woods National Monument to explore the park and marvel at the natural beauty of the 250-foot Redwoods. Then the excursion heads to Sonoma and Napa Counties, visiting three small boutique wineries for complimentary tastings. In between, you'll stop at the historic Sonoma Plaza to grab lunch on your own and shop, before heading back to the city. Learn More
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We had a wonderful time at the event. The artist on display were amazing. It was great to be able to sample such a variety of wines from all over. The gallery was conveniently located to a parking garage. Look forward to attending more events.
You are invited to WineSocials' hottest party of the year. This annual Holiday party always draws a crowd and this year it's at one of the most celebrate art galleries in downtown San Francisco. Lose yourself in conversation as you taste a variety of wines from California and around the world accompanied by specialty French appetizers to cleanse your palate.
About the Ticket Supplier: WineSocials and Around the World in 80 Beers
WineSocials is dedicated to providing an engaging, yet unpretentious, environment wherein both the novice and the connoisseur can share their passion for wine. Noted wine writer, educator, consultant and judge David P. Jones has designed a comprehensive list of award-winning wines reflecting the unparalleled diversity that sets California apart as a winegrowing region. Around the World in 80 Beers hosts beer-tasting events throughout the Bay Area, showcasing a variety of extraordinary beers from the U.S. and around the world and allowing tasters to gauge stylistic differences against their own preferences.