Passport Sunday in Suisun Valley
is presented by the
Suisun Valley Vintners & Growers Association
Wine and food tasting: Sunday, April 13, 2014 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
It’s been great to help launch Passport Sunday in Suisun Valley, and to continue to see it flourishing through the efforts of a very dedicated crew.
An immediate sell-out, this traditional, spring event showcases the wines of Suisun Valley to all types of wine enthusiasts. Attendees travel from one winery to the next, tasting Suisun Valley wines and collecting stamps on their passports. Each of the approximately 10 wineries presents a unique story and wine tasting, all paired with local foods. Some local farmers also join by showcasing their products at some of the participating wineries, such as local olive oils, jams, dried fruits and nuts.
- GV Cellars, with MagPies Grill
- Il Fiorello Olive Oil, with Executive Chef Marvin Martin
- Ledgewood Creek Winery, with Pane e Vino
- Mangels Vineyards, with Chef to Go Catering
- Rock Creek Vineyards, with MagPies Bakery/Catering
- Suisun Valley Wine Co-op, with B&J BBQ
- Tenbrink Winery and Vineyards, with Mankas Steakhouse
- Winterhawk Winery, with Napoli Pizza
- Wooden Valley Winery, with Kinders
Limited space available. In order to keep this event very special, there are only a limited number of tickets that will be sold… and they sell out pretty quickly. If you’re interested in attending, please don’t procrastinate.
General Admission tickets are $40, and $20 for designated drivers.
Tickets can be purchased on line at Suisun Valley Brown Paper Tickets. They can also be purchased at the following locations: GV Cellars, Il Fiorello Olive Oil Company, Ledgewood Creek Winery, Suisun Valley Wine Co-op, and Wooden Valley Winery
Getting around is enjoyable, as the Suisun Valley “loop” is located just minutes from I-80 in Fairfield. Suisun Valley’s winemakers are approachable and down-to-earth and love sharing stories about how they craft their wines. Expect to find them pouring behind the bar or from a barrel in their cellar. Don’t be surprised if you run into old friends at all your favorite spots.
For more information, visit Suisun Valley Events.