Wednesday, March 12, 2014

PASSPORT TO EAST BAY WINES- Get your promo code here for this weekend!

The East Bay Vintners Alliance, a group of 22 urban winemakers, would like to offer members a special discount on tickets to Passport to East Bay Wines, Sat. March 15 & Sun. March 16 from 12:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Passport to East Bay Wines is the one chance a year to taste dozens of locally made wines from more than 22 professional East Bay winemakers in what is known as Urban Wine Country. This popular event features wine tasting, food pairings, entertainment, exclusive barrel tastings, and showcases the innovation and expertise of members of the East Bay Vintner’s Alliance throughout Oakland, Berkeley, and Alameda. Meet local winemakers, drink delicious wines from grapes sourced through the vineyards of Northern and Central California, and enjoy tasty appetizers. The East Bay Vintner's Alliance member wineries produce more than a hundred diverse award-winning wines including whites, roses, reds, ports and fruit desert wines, using varietals from Barbera to Zinfandel, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Syrah, and Pinot Noir, among others.

The East Bay Vintner’s Alliance would like to extend to your group members the wine club member rate (the best rate!) on this event:
Choose between two ticket packages:
·         $40 $25 for a single-day pass
·         $65 $50 for a two-day pass
Designated drivers pay only $10

Your current or new favorite is on this list; visit any of these participating wineries that weekend: Aubin Cellars, Carica Wines, Cerruti Cellars, Campovida, Chouinard Cellars, Dashe Cellars, Eno, Ehrenberg Cellars, Irish Monkey, JC Cellars, Lusu, Mead, Paradox, Periscope Cellars, R & B Cellars, Rockwall Wine Company, Rosenblum Cellars, Stage Left Cellars, Two Mile, Urban Legend and Urbano Cellars.

This event and deal is offered by the East Bay Vintners Alliance (EBVA) an association representing more than 20 vintners who live and work in what has become known as Urban Wine Country. This region, just minutes from the heart of San Francisco, includes family-owned wineries in Oakland, Berkeley, Alameda and Castro Valley. Producing wine locally in former factories, tanneries and even an airline hangar, these pioneering urban winemakers offer an extraordinary range of varietals from the most popular to the exotic at every price point. For more information visit

Tickets can be purchased online through Brown Paper Ticket here, and use promo code URBANWINE

For more information about this event, please visit:

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