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Event,Food & Wine,Winery

Dark & Delicious Tickets Are Now On Sale for the February 20, 2009 Event

PS I Love You’s Third Annual Petite Sirah Food & Wine signature event.

To purchase tickets and by pass all of this rhetoric, you can go right now to the PS I Love You site. On the left-hand side of the page, click on BUY TICKETS NOW, and off you go!

As soon as tickets went on sale, I was astounded that tickets were immediately sold to Lowell Jacobson of Virginia (known as PSychos’ Path Blogspot, complete with his own musings about PS), as well as more fans from Chicago, Michigan, and all around the state of California ~ from Chico to Long Beach.

Each year, this event sells out, because it’s more about quality than quantity. So if you have any interest, think about it earlier versus later!

  • WHO: PS I Love You member wineries
  • WHEN: February 20, 2008 ~ 6:00 to 9:00 p.m
  • WHERE: Rock Wall Wine Company (Kent Rosenblum is a partner with this micro crush facility that has member artisan wine companies in one large building), 2301 Monarch St., Alameda, CA
  • COST: $50 pre-event, and if we don’t sell all of our tickets, they’ll be $60 at the door. (Yes, that’s three hours of food & wine by amazing wine and food companies for only $50 per person!)

Here are the details for who’s pouring their Petites:

  • Alger Vineyards
  • August Briggs Winery
  • Berryessa Gap
  • Ballentine Vineyards
  • Bogle Vineyards & Winery
  • Clayhouse
  • Concannon Vineyard
  • David Fulton Winery
  • EOS Estate & Winery
  • F. Teldeschi Winery
  • Field Stone Winery
  • Foppiano Vineyards
  • Harney Lane Winery
  • Heringer
  • Huntington Wine Cellars
  • JC Cellars
  • Judd’s Hill
  • Lava Cap Winery
  • Marr Cellars
  • Michael~David Winery
  • Mounts Family Winery
  • Moss Creek
  • Parducci Winery
  • Rock Wall Wine Company
  • Robert Biale Vineyards
  • Rosenblum Cellars
  • Rutherford Grove Winery & Vineyards
  • Silkwood Wines
  • Stanton Vineyards
  • Trentadue Winery, Miro Cellars
  • Twisted Oak (and his rubber chickens)
  • Ursa Vineyards
  • Vina Robles
  • Wilson Farms

Food Companies, so far. (This grows as we get closer to the event. First we get the wineries, then the food companies follow):

  • Angela’s Bistro in Alameda
  • Asena Restaurant and Catering in Alameda
  • Bert’s Desserts in Petaluma
  • Bistro Jeanty in Napa
  • Cuisine Catering in Alameda
  • Fabrique Delices – Artisanal Charcuterie in Hayward
  • Knickerbockers’ Catering in St. Helena
  • Lev Delany Catering in San Francisco
  • Marin French Cheese Company
  • Mona’s Table in Alameda
  • Tomatina Restaurant in Alameda
  • Uva Trattoria Italiana in Napa
  • Yoshi’s Japanese Restaurant in Oakland
  • ZZA’s Trattoria & Enoteca in Oakland

The National Pork Board sponsors the event each year, providing pork for those who will be working with it.

One Response to “Dark & Delicious Tickets Are Now On Sale for the February 20, 2009 Event”

  1. Loweeel says:

    Jo, thanks for the kind words! I’m looking forward to seeing you thre.

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