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Don't Miss Out On These US Wine Festivals
California Wine Festival
Founded in 2004, the California Wine Festival is spread across four weekends throughout the year at multiple locations to the north and south of LA.
Each weekend features a Sunset Rare & Reserve Tasting and a daytime Beachside Wine Festival with dozens of wineries present along with craft beer and artisanal snacks.
Paso Wine Fest
Paso Robles in California is home to many vineyards and exceptional wines that have been celebrated at the Paso Wine Fest for the past 40 years.
The four-day festival has a little something to entice every visitor, featuring over 100 wineries, craft spirits, gourmet snacks, culinary workshops, music, and artisans.
Taste of Sonoma
Another California wine region is Sonoma, which has hosted a one-day wine festival since 2008 that features wines from 100 wineries.
The region is home to over 50 grape varieties, producing many wines for guests to explore along with themed lounges, food trucks, and even a beer garden.
Taste of Napa
Napa is the star of the California wine scene, and the region’s wine festival features lots of local wines, craft beers, and delicious food.
Along with wine from over 70 wineries, the single-day festival has live music and games, and visitors get a passport to track their tastings and win prizes as they collect stamps.
Pinot Noir Celebration
The International Pino Noir Celebration in McMinnville, Oregon celebrates pinot noirs from around the world including local Oregonian wines.
The pinot-loving fun takes place over a weekend, with tastings, vineyard tours, dinners, and seminars for a deep dive into the ins and outs of pinot noir.