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01.12.2005

Australia Day Harvest Festival and Wine Tasting, January 20th

wineaustralia.jpgThis is a new one for me. Never been and never heard of it before, but it seems to be an event of a reasonable size that makes it hard to miss. On Thursday January 20th at Fort Mason, for $50 visitors will be able taste over 300 different Australian wines as well as attend mini-seminars about Australian wine as part of WineAustralia Harvest Day.

Tickets are available through the web site Local Wine Events.

WineAustralia Day Harvest Festival and Wine Tasting
January 20th, 2005
Fort Mason Center Herbst Pavilion
San Francisco
6.30 pm - 9.00 pm

Comments (1)

01.12.05 at 10:26 PM

Funny, I just heard about this in a class tonight. My instructor thought there was a trade/press portion beforehand (a bit hard for those of us who have full-time jobs in addition to our freelance life, but still).

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