Thursday, April 8, 2010

See you at the San Francisco Vintners Market this weekend



Try It Buy It
Tired of going to wine tasting events, discovering great new wines and then never being able to find them again? We were too. That's why we created the San Francisco Vintners Market at Fort Mason Center April 10th to the 11th. This first of its kind wine tasting and buying event is a farmer's market style shopping experience where wine enthusiasts can try and buy wines from over 200 wineries. 
Tired of going to wine tasting events, discovering great new wines and then never being able to find them again? We were too. That's why we created the San Francisco Vintners Market at Fort Mason Center April 10th to the 11th. This first of its kind wine tasting and buying event is a farmer's market style shopping experience where wine enthusiasts can try and buy wines from over 200 wineries.

The San Francisco Vintners Market will feature top local wineries from Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Russian River Valley and other regional wineries plus imported wines from around the world. San Francisco Vintners Market features wine at all price points and styles including new releases, library collections and end-of-vintage selections-all available for immediate purchase. Don't miss this unique opportunity to try and buy great wines at the San Francisco Vintners Market. Be there!

What: San Francisco Vintners Market
When: April 10th - 11th
Where: Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, CA
Cost: General Admission: Early Bird Ticket Price, $30 (prices go up at the door)
VIP: Early Bird Ticket Price, $75 (prices go up at the door) includes Reserve Level Access
 

1 comment:

Mark's Wine Clubs said...

I'm interested in hearing how it went. I've heard from a few people that the selection was somewhat disappointing, was that your sense as well? I would think that having a few larger wineries to anchor the market would have been a good idea (much in the way a mall uses department stores) but it seems like a lot of wine drinkers are rebelling against that idea.