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Holiday In Carneros Tasting Event: November 20 & 21

Before you go off making plans for next weekend, consider penciling in the upcoming Holiday In Carneros, an annual event for charity that throws open the doors of some of the best wineries in Carneros, some of which aren't normally open to the public.

It works like this: next weekend, you go to one of these wineries between 10AM and 4PM and buy a special wineglass. This glass becomes your ticket for entry and tasting at all of the 20 or so participating wineries:

  • Adastra
  • Bouchaine Vineyards
  • Buena Vista Winery
  • Carneros Creek
  • Castle Vineyards
  • Cline Cellars
  • Curvare Winery (at Homewood Winery)
  • Homewood Winery
  • Larson Family Winery
  • MacRostie Winery and Vineyards
  • McKenzie-Mueller Vineyards & Winery
  • Robledo Family Winery
  • Roche Carneros Estate Winery
  • Schug Carneros Estate Winery
  • Truchard Vineyards

    The event benefits charity and gives you access to some wineries that are off the usual tasting track. What more could you want.

    Holiday in Carneros
    Saturday and Sunday 11/20 - 11/21
    10:00AM - 4:00PM

  • Adastra\n
  • Bouchaine Vineyards\n
  • Buena Vista Winery\n
  • Carneros Creek \n
  • Castle Vineyards\n
  • Cline Cellars\n
  • Curvare Winery (at Homewood Winery)\n
  • Homewood Winery\n
  • Larson Family Winery \n
  • MacRostie Winery and Vineyards\n
  • McKenzie-Mueller Vineyards & Winery \n
  • Robledo Family Winery\n
  • Roche Carneros Estate Winery\n
  • Schug Carneros Estate Winery \n
  • Truchard Vineyards\n\nThe event benefits charity and gives you access to some wineries that are off the usual tasting track. What more could you want.\n\nHoliday in Carneros\nSaturday and Sunday 11/20 - 11/21\n10:00AM - 4:00PM
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