Fine Wines, Food and Spirits Offered at 2010 LA WineFest
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The last date listed for LA WineFest 2010 was Sunday June 6, 2010 / 2:00pm - 6:30pm (Sunday Pass).
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Indulge in an evening of wine and world-class music at the stunningly beautiful Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles. A pre-show reception offers a variety of rich, full-bodied and stylish wines from the vineyards of Napa Valley in the soaring space of BP Hall before you enjoy a concert featuring members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and guest artists, performing the chamber music of such composers as Henry Purcell and Jean Francaix, along with Beethoven, Mendelssohn and others. Please see the full event description for specific program details. Learn More
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Once again, an ultimately disappointing event. LA WineFest just isn't getting the premium wineries I would like to see. Plus, it is still a mystery to me as to why a 'wine' festival would include spirits such as tequila, scotch and vodka. While it is good to see the Malibu and Ventura County vintners represented, there are better events - with the actual winemakers - and for less money. I probably won't be back next year.
With more than 130 wineries, spirits and thirst-quenching craft beers, great food, and over 30 lifestyle vendors, this is a weekend you will not want to miss! Sample over 500 different wines from at least 14 different countries. Meet and greet with LA’s top Master Sommeliers, wine educators, winery owners and vendors, and enjoy food from LA’s top restaurants. The event will also feature live music as well as DJ sets by Henry Eshelman.
About L.A. WineFest Presenter Joel M. Fisher:
Joel M. Fisher, PhD is the wine columnist for the Culinary Connection of the Chefs de Cuisine Association of California and for the Beverly Hills Courier. Since 2007 he has been teaching at Cordon Bleu in Pasadena. He was also, a wine instructor for the Culinary Arts Department of the Art Institute of California- Los Angeles for seven years and is a founding partner of the educational Wine Vine and Dine, which conducts programs throughout Southern California. A Sommelier for the Escoffier Association of Southern California, he is also a member of Patterson's Tasting Panel, and is currently Wine Host for CRN's What's Cooking show. Dr. Fisher is a member of the Society of Wine Educators, The Circle of Wine Writers (UK), and the International Federation of Wine and Spirits Writers. Awarded a Wine Enthuiast Media Scholarship for 2005 at the Culinary Institute of America, he is the author of the Wine Work Book, now in its 6th edition. Dr. Fisher co-led a program for chefs and culinary students to the Culinary Olympics in Erfurt, Germany and to wineries in Burgundy and Champagne in 2005. In June 2006 he again led a program, "Wine and Cuisine of Iberia," to Spain and Portugal.