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Sonoma County Harvest Fair 2012 in California

Get ready for the Sonoma County Harvest Fair 2012 in

Santa Rosa. This is an outstanding Wine

Tourism Adventure in California.

Official seal of County of Sonoma
Official seal of County of Sonoma (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Friday – October 5, 2012


** Schedule subject to change without notice. Please check with the information booths or online regarding changes.

English: Map of Railroads of Sonoma County, Ca...
English: Map of Railroads of Sonoma County, California (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

9:00 -Noon School “AG-TIVITY” Tours (Fairgrounds closed to the public) The grounds are open exclusively for classrooms to tour agricultural stations, where they will learn first hand about where their food comes from, meet the animals, watch demonstrations of agricultural skills and take home wholesome local products.

English: Lake Sonoma, Sonoma County, California
English: Lake Sonoma, Sonoma County, California (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Noon: Buildings and grounds open

Garrett Hall – Expanded Sonoma County Marketplace Noon-8:00 Retail Wine & Food Sales Your chance to purchase the award-winning wines at great prices. 10% off individual bottle purchase, 15% off 6-11 bottle purchase, 20% off case purchases. Taste samples of local food products. Shop for gift baskets. Wine shipping is available.

Finley Hall Noon-7:00 Art Show and Sale Free with fair admission. Art celebrating the beauty of Sonoma County will be judged, displayed and offered for sale. Also view table settings, floriculture and potted plants.

English: Dry Creek Valley in Sonoma County
English: Dry Creek Valley in Sonoma County (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

E.C. Kraft Building Noon–7:00 Local Arts and Crafts Everything from wine art to country crafts and campsites, from holiday handicrafts to decorated lunch boxes. Come in and see all the agricultural and horticulture exhibits including dried fruits and nuts, the tallest and heaviest vegetables, adorned fruits and vegetables and painted pumpkins.

Stomping Grounds Noon – 5:30 Barnyard Scramble – Kids Activities (all free!) (NEW) Sweet Lil’s Farmery – Bringing farm life to you. Watch chicks hatch, pet baby animals or try milking Sweet Lil, our amazing faux cow. There will be all kinds of barnyard youngsters with their moms and fun activities to participate in at Sweet Lil’s Farmery.

English: Alexander Valley - Sonoma County
English: Alexander Valley – Sonoma County (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Grape Stomp Stage Noon Grape Expectoration (Spitting) Contest Distance Grape Spitting—all ages welcome! 5:00 Qualifying Grape Stomp $30 team entry fee

Around the Grounds Noon – 7:00 Food and Wine Country Shopping with Craft Vendors Noon-5:30 Haunted Room (under the Racing Grandstand)

(NEW) Pumpkin Stage 11:30, 1:00, 3:00 and 5:30 Kent Family Magic Circus

Live Music 2:00, 3:30 and 4:45 Poyntlyss Sistars (Park Stage) 4:30 -6:30 Tom Leps & the Harvest Stompers Dixieland Band (strolling)

Hall of Flowers – Noon-8:30 Wine Country Shopping Start your Christmas shopping early, visit more than 150 arts and crafts booths in the Hall of Flowers. Vendors will be selling many wine country products.

Showcase Café Noon – 7:00 Preserved & Baked Food Contest entries on display (cakes, cookies, pies, pickles, jams, vinegars and more). (NEW) Culinary Competition – 1:00 pm Friday, October 5: Sonoma County High School’s “Iron Chef” Contest Students from local high schools will be competing by using the same set of ingredients to create their best gastronomic masterpiece. The judging panel will consist of local chefs, restaurants and community leaders.

Garden Courtyard and Apple Building Noon – 7:00 Smell the aroma of hundreds of apples on display, and then step into the courtyard to view giant pumpkins and sunflowers, bee display, business and family farm displays, scarecrows and more!

(NEW) Bark Park (Previously Redwood Theater) 12:30, 2:00, 4:30 Rocket’s K9 CometsFrisbee Dog Show 4:00 Cheesy Beer School (Advance Registration Required) The new cheesy beer school will include a Lagunitas “short course” using five popular microbrews, paired with local cheeses. Attendees will experience aromas of the beers’ ingredients, and then taste the brews while experts describe how it all comes together. The courses will run for 20 minutes and each session will be limited to 30 participants and is free with Fair admission.

Grace Pavilion – 5:30-8:00 Sonoma County Grand Tasting Be the first to taste award winning wines and foods, and then mingle with key winery and restaurant representatives! More than 150 wineries will be pouring. Tickets are $60 in advance and $70 day of.

7:00 p.m. Grounds Close (Grand Tasting continues until 8:00 p.m.)


Saturday – October 6, 2012


** Schedule subject to change without notice. Please check with the information booths or online regarding changes.

10:00 a.m. Buildings and Grounds Open

Grace Pavilion Noon-5:00 Wine Tasting $15 for a souvenir glass and four taste tickets; additional taste tickets are four for $10. More than 150 wines served by our local wineries poured by the ounce (ticket sales end at 4:45 p.m.)

Garden Courtyard Noon – 5:00 Chocolate & Port Pairing $4 per paired taste. Enjoy this special pairing in the Fair’s Garden Courtyard

(NEW) Bark Park (Previously Redwood Theater) 12:30, 2:45, 4:45 K9 Comets – Frisbee Dog Show 1:00, 3:00 & 5:00 Cheesy Beer School (Advance Registration Required) The new cheesy beer school will include a Lagunitas “short course” using five popular microbrews, paired with local cheeses. Attendees will experience aromas of the beers’ ingredients, and then taste the brews while experts describe how it all comes together. The courses will run for 20 minutes and each session will be limited to 30 participants and is free with Fair admission. 1:30 Harvest Dog Dash – Advance Registration Required Cheer on your favorite small breed dog as they compete for the finish line. 3:45 Pet Costume Parade – Beginning and ending at Bark Park Watch as our furry friends parade about in fun and creative costumes.

Garrett Hall – Expanded Sonoma County Marketplace 10:00 -7:00 Retail Wine & Food Sales Your chance to purchase the award-winning wines at great prices. 10% off individual bottle purchase, 15% off 6-11 bottle purchase, 20% off case purchases. Taste samples of local food products. Shop for gift baskets. Wine shipping is available.

Finley Hall 10:00 –7:00 Art Show and Sale Free with fair admission. Art celebrating the beauty of Sonoma County will be judged, displayed and offered for sale. Also view table settings, floriculture and potted plants.

E.C. Kraft Building 10:00–7:00 Local Arts and Crafts Everything from wine art to country crafts and campsites, from holiday handicrafts to decorated lunch boxes. Come in and see all the agricultural and horticulture exhibits including dried fruits and nuts, the tallest and heaviest vegetables, adorned fruits and vegetables and painted pumpkins.

Animal Exhibits & Shows 8:00 ARBA Sanctioned Rabbit Show (Wilford Ring) – Rabbits on display 9:00 Llama Show (Lyttle Cow Palace) – Llamas on display

Live Music 11:00 -7:00 Tom Leps & the Harvest Stompers Dixieland Band (strolling) 2:00, 3:30, 4:45 Blue Moon party band (Park Stage)

Stomping Grounds (NEW) Sweet Lil’s – Bringing farm life to you. Watch chicks hatch, pet a baby animal or try milking Sweet Lil, our amazing faux cow. There will be all kinds of barnyard youngsters with their moms and fun activities to participate in or watch at Sweet Lil’s Farmery. 11:00 –6:00 Barnyard Scramble Kids Activities (all free!) 11:00-6:00 Classic Car Display The Redwood Empire Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America 12:30 Scarecrow Building Contest We provide everything you need to build a scarecrow. 1:30 Cow Milking Contest 4:30 Scarecrow Un-Building Contest It’s a race to take apart the scarecrows!

Around the Grounds 10:00 – 5:00 Free Wagon Rides 10:00– 7:00 Food and Wine Country Shopping with Craft Vendors 11:00–5:30 Haunted Room (under the Racing Grandstand) 3:00 Llama Parade

Showcase Café Noon – 7:00 Preserved & Baked Food Contest entries on display (cakes, cookies, pies, pickles, jams, vinegars and more). (NEW) 11:00 – Culinary Competition Saturday, October 6: Sonoma County’s Best Grilled Cheese Sandwich Cook-Off. Professionals and amateurs will compete, in separate categories, to see who can create the best grilled cheese in Sonoma County using locally grown ingredients.

Chef Demonstrations 2:00 Dustin Valette, Dry Creek Kitchen (Healdsburg) 3:00 Mairin Rossi, Costeaux French Bakery (Healdsburg) 4:00 Michael Kennedy, diVine Pizza (Healdsburg) Also on display are entries from our local professional and amateur Preserved & Baked Food Contest.

Hall of Flowers 10:00 -7:00 Wine Country Shopping Start your Christmas shopping early, visit more than 150 arts and crafts booths in the Hall of Flowers. Vendors will be selling many Wine Country products.

Grape Stomp Stage Noon, 1:00, 3:15, 4:00 and 5:00 Qualifying Grape Stomps All Ages ($30 team entry fee) 2:00 Great American Pumpkin Toss Pumpkin tossing for distance and trophies!

Kids Area Noon – 4:00 LEGO Building Contest We provide the LEGO’s, you create a masterpiece. All ages welcome. Sponsored by The Toy Works. 4:15 Mummy Wrap! Your group wraps one of your own up as a mummy!

(NEW) Pumpkin Stage 11:00 – 5:00 Pumpkin carving, crafts, games and fun 1:15, 2:45 and 5:30 Kent Family Magic Circus 12:30 – 2:30 Easy Bake Bake-Off We provide the Easy Bake Oven and everything you and your team needs to bake a cake. Not a contest—just for fun! Ages 5 & up.

The Village 1:00-5:00 p.m. Harvest Microbrew Beer Tasting Enjoy your favorite brews, poured by Lagunitas Brewing Company, while listening to live music. $15 for a souvenir pilsner glass and four taste tickets. Additional tastes $3 each.

Apple Building 10:00 – 7:00 Smell the aroma of hundreds of apples on display, then step into the courtyard to view the Men’s Garden Club’s giant pumpkins and sunflowers, Sonoma County Beekeepers display, business and family farm displays, scarecrows and more!

Beekeepers Demonstrations & Honey Tasting 12:30 & 2:30 Garden Courtyard

7:00 p.m. Grounds Close (Grand Tasting continues until 8:00 p.m.)


Sunday – October 7, 2012


** Schedule subject to change without notice. Please check with the information booths or online regarding changes.

10:00 a.m. Buildings and Grounds Open

Grace Pavilion Noon-5:00 Wine Tasting $15 for a souvenir glass and four taste tickets; additional taste tickets are four for $10. More than 150 wines served by our local wineries poured by the ounce (ticket sales end at 4:45 p.m.)

Garden Courtyard Noon – 5:00 Chocolate & Port Pairing $4 per paired taste. Enjoy this special pairing in the Fair’s Garden Courtyard

(NEW) Bark Park (Previously Redwood Theater) 12:30, 2:45, 4:15 K9 Comets 1:00, 3:00 & 5:00 Cheesy Beer School (Advance Registration Required) The new cheesy beer school will include a Lagunitas “short course” using five popular microbrews, paired with local cheeses. Attendees will experience aromas of the beers’ ingredients, and then taste the brews while experts describe how it all comes together. The courses will run for 20 minutes and each session will be limited to 30 participants and is free with Fair admission. 1:30 Harvest Dog Dash – Advance Registration Required

Garrett Hall – Expanded Sonoma County Marketplace 10:00 -7:00 Retail Wine & Food Sales Your chance to purchase the award-winning wines at great prices. 10% off individual bottle purchase, 15% off 6-11 bottle purchase, 20% off case purchases. Taste samples of local food products. Shop for gift baskets. Wine shipping is available.

Finley Hall 10:00 –7:00 Art Show and Sale Free with fair admission. Art celebrating the beauty of Sonoma County will be judged, displayed and offered for sale. Also on display are table settings, floriculture and potted plants.

E.C. Kraft Building 10:00 –7:00 Local Arts and Crafts Everything from wine art to country crafts and campsites, from holiday handicrafts to decorated lunch boxes. Come in and see all the agricultural and horticulture exhibits including dried fruits and nuts, the tallest and heaviest vegetables, adorned fruits and vegetables and painted pumpkins.

Hall of Flowers 10:00 – 7:00 Wine Country Shopping Start your Christmas shopping early, visit more than 150 arts and crafts booths in the Hall of Flowers. Vendors will be selling many Wine Country products.

Animal Exhibits and Shows 1:00 Llama Show (Jamison Ring) – Llamas on display 1:00 Sheep Dog Trial (Lyttle Cow Palace)

Stomping Grounds (NEW) Sweet Lil’s Farmery– Bringing farm life to you. Watch chicks hatch, pet baby animals or try milking Sweet Lil, our amazing faux cow. There will be all kinds of barnyard youngsters with their moms and fun activities to participate in or watch at Sweet Lil’s Farmery. 11:00 – 5:30 Barnyard Scramble Kids Activities (all free!) 11:00-6:00 Classic Car Display The Redwood Empire Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America 12:30 Scarecrow Building Contest We provide everything you need to build a scarecrow. 6:00 Scarecrow Un-Building Contest It’s a race to take apart the scarecrows!

Around the Grounds 10:00 – 5:00 Free Wagon Rides 10:00– 7:00 Food and Wine Country Shopping with Craft Vendors 11:00–5:30 Haunted Room (under the Racing Grandstand) 12:00 Llama Parade

Live Music 11:00 -6:30 Tom Leps & the Harvest Stompers Dixieland Band (strolling) Noon, 1:15 Santa Rosa Junior College Evening Jazz Big Band (Park Stage) 2:30, 3:45 and 5:00 Lost Dog Found swing (Park Stage)

Kids Area Noon-4:00 Do It Yourself Craft Contest – for all ages 2:30 Mummy Wrap! Your group wraps one of your own up as a mummy!

Grape Stomp Stage Noon, 1:00 and 3:00 Qualifying Grape Stomps All Ages ($30 team entry fee) 2:00 Qualifying Kids’ Grape Stomp Sponsored by The ToyWorks Open to ages 13 and under; $30 team entry fee. 5:00 World Championship Grape Stomp Finals

Showcase Café Noon – 7:00 Preserved & Baked Food Contest entries on display (cakes, cookies, pies, pickles, jams, vinegars and more). (NEW) 11:00 – Culinary Competition Sunday, October 7: Sonoma County Quesadilla Cook-Off Professionals and amateurs will compete to see who can create the best quesadilla in Sonoma County using locally grown ingredients.

Chef Demonstrations 1:00 John Lyle, Chosen Spot – Pop Up Dinners 2:00 Erika Garcia & Michael Kennedy, Tamales Demo 4:00 Shawn Barrera & Michael Kennedy, Fish Tacos Demo

(NEW) Pumpkin Stage 11:00 – 5:00 Pumpkin carving, crafts, games and fun 12:30, 2:45 and 5:30 Kent Family Magic Circus 1:00 Giant Pumpkin Weigh-In Come and watch these giants get weighed and judged for a top prize of $1,000. 2:00 – 4:00 Easy Bake Bake-Off We provide the Easy Bake Oven and everything you and your team needs to bake a cake. Not a contest—just for fun! Ages 5 & up. 3:30 Grape Expectoration (Spitting) Contest Distance grape spitting—all ages welcome!

Apple Building 10:00 Apples on display 6:00 APPLE SALE

Garden Courtyard 11:00 – 4:00 Varietal Apple Tasting Smell the aroma of hundreds of apples on display, then step into the courtyard to view the giant pumpkins and sunflowers, bee display, business and family farm displays, scarecrows and more!

Beekeepers Demonstrations & Honey Tasting 12:30 & 2:30 Garden Courtyard

7:00 p.m. Buildings and Grounds Close

** Schedule subject to change without notice. Please check with the information booths or online regarding changes.

Thanks to our sponsors:

American Ag Credit, Alaska/Horizon Airlines, Sonoma Winegrape Commission, Sonoma County

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Sonoma Wine Country Weekend 2012

Attend the Sonoma Wine Country Weekend 2012 with plenty of Wine Maker lunches, Dinner Parties and BBQ’s!

Sonoma vineyard
Sonoma vineyard (Photo credit: Nelson Minar)

WHEN: August 31-September 2, 2012

WHERE: Sonoma County, California

Here’s the Event Schedule from the Official Website:


FRIDAY, August 31, 2012

Winemaker Lunches

12:30 pm

With dozens of wineries hosting exquisite lunches in dazzling settings, you’ll have the opportunity to break bread with the winemakers that create your favorite Sonoma bottlings. Local chefs (or the winery’s own) create impeccable pairings from Sonoma County’s abundant seasonal offerings. A lovely noontime treat, steeped in the tradition of Sonoma County casual elegance.

$85 per person


FRIDAY and SATURDAY, August 31 and September 1, 2012

Winemaker Dinner Parties

6:00 pm

Sonoma County evenings are made for sharing a bottle of wine, lingering over a plate of fresh local cuisine and creating lasting friendships. At these intimate winemaker dinners, you’ll share the evening with the winemakers whose creations have earned international acclaim. Paired with the stellar culinary creations of a local chef (perhaps the winery’s own), any dinner you select promises to be a classic wine country evening to remember.

$160 per person


SUNDAY, September 2, 2012

Winery Barbecues

12:30 pm

Get fired up! Sonoma’s top wineries invite you to their Sunday barbecues for a more casual way to celebrate Labor Day. Each winery destination will put their own special spin on Sonoma’s top grilled foods while pairing them with the remarkable red wines for which Sonoma County is known. Whether its ribs slathered in sauce, sizzling sausages or killer kebabs you crave – or just a great glass of wine – you’re sure to find barbecue bliss right here in our backyard.

$85 per person


HIGHLIGHT EVENTS


Francis Ford Coppola
Cover of Francis Ford Coppola

FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 2012

NEW!  Sonoma

Starlight Supper Club at  Francis Ford

Coppola Winery

6:00 pm Patron Guest Early Access

7:00 pm General Admission

10:00 pm Event Ends

Francis Ford Coppola Winery, Geyserville, Sonoma County

An evening of wine, dinner and music under the starsKick off your Sonoma Wine Country Weekend poolside at the iconic Francis Ford Coppola Winery for a an unforgettable evening of world-class wines, delicious cuisine, live music and dancing to Bay Area favorites Pride & Joy — all set against a backdrop of shimmering stars in the Alexander Valley.

$175 per Patron Guest

$95 per General Admission Guest


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2012 33rd Annual

Taste of Sonoma at MacMurray Ranch

11:00 am – 4:00 pm

MacMurray Ranch, Healdsburg, Sonoma County

Immerse yourself in the food and wine culture of Sonoma County at the 33rd annual Taste of Sonoma. Sonoma’s own Gallo family invites you to enjoy an afternoon of strolling through their historic MacMurray Ranch property while sipping and savoring the very best of Sonoma County’s rich wines and delectable cuisine. With more than 170 wineries pouring their finest offerings, and over 60 local chefs whipping up divine pairings, Taste of Sonoma delivers a once-in-a-lifetime experience for wine lovers and foodies alike. Informative and entertaining wine seminars, lively cooking demonstrations, a chef competition, and much more make this one event you won’t want to miss.

$150- $195 per person


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2012 Honorary

Chair Dinner Party

6:00 pm

A Country Courtship: An Evening with the Robert Young Family and Chateau St. Jean.

For 38 years the Robert Young Family and Chateau St. Jean have exemplified a solid vineyard and vintner partnership. Through thick and thin, from highly acclaimed wines to challenging vintages, they have remained committed. You are invited to a special evening celebrating Chateau St. Jean and Robert Young Vineyards at the Young family home overlooking beautiful Alexander Valley where you will have a unique opportunity to taste and celebrate the results of this amazing and historic Sonoma County courtship.

$175 per person


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2012

20th Annual Sonoma Valley Harvest Wine Auction at

Chateau St. Jean

1:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Chateau St. Jean, Kenwood, Sonoma County

Immerse yourself in the intrigue of India at our 20th Annual Sonoma Valley Harvest Wine Auction, sponsored by TricorBraun WinePak. It’s a fantastic feast for the senses filled with world-class wines, culinary marvels and showstopping spectacles – a wondrous combination of Wine Country elegance and Asian decadence that promises to be an unforgettable experience.

Upon your arrival at Chateau St. Jean on Sunday, September 2, you’ll discover a bustling Auction bazaar bursting with a kaleidoscope of brilliant color, seductive smells and sensual delights. Luxuriate in our silk-swathed Spice Lounge before the curtain goes up on the Live Auction, where local winemakers bring their Bollywood-best performances to dazzle you into raising your paddle for their personalized lots.

Each dining table will be presided over by a renowned Winemaker or Grower who will regale you with epic tales behind their Sonoma wines. Meanwhile, Sonoma’s most revered chefs will enrapture you with a repast designed to express the most thrilling flavors found in Sonoma’s freshest seasonal offerings. The 20th Annual Sonoma Valley Harvest Wine Auction, sponsored by TricorBraun WinePak, promises a blissful getaway to the sumptuous, sun-washed subcontinent… And, like India, it’s a destination unlike any other. Book your journey today!

$500 per person

Previously known as the Sonoma County Showcase Weekend of Wine & Food, this fifth annual gala event features three days of fantastic wine and food presented by world-renowned winemakers and Sonoma’s top chefs. Taste of Sonoma at the MacMurray Ranch in Healdsburg and the Sonoma ValleyHarvest Wine Auction at Chateau St. John in Kenwood are the highlights of the Labor Day weekend event. The festivities kick off on Friday at noon with a Winemaker Lunch Series. Proceeds from the event support Sonoma County non-profits. Tickets, which go on sale on June 1, range from $85 to $500 per person.

Official seal of County of Sonoma
Official seal of County of Sonoma (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

For more information visit: www.sonomawinecountryweekend.com

Vineyard on northwest flank of Sonoma Mountain.
Vineyard on northwest flank of Sonoma Mountain. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Dr. EveAnn Lovero writes Travel Guides and Apps @ www.vino-con-vista.com

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Taste Alexander Valley 2012 in California

Plan to attend the 15th annual Taste Alexander Valley in California.

Vineyards in the Sonoma County wine region of ...
Vineyards in the Sonoma County wine region of Alexander Valley. View from California wine producer Hanna Winery. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

WHEN: May 18, 19 and 20, 2012 in Sonoma County’s majestic Alexander Valley appellation.

More than 30 wineries will open their vineyards, wineries and tasting rooms for guests. Enjoy the latest releases of world class wines from grapes grown in the fertile Alexander Valley.

The opening celebration on Friday is at the exclusive 53-acre hillside vineyard of the  Lancaster Estate Winery at the southermost tip of the ALexander Valley www.lancaster-estate.com. From 5-8 pm, the outdoor celebration will feature reserve and library wines from throughout the Valley. Guests can mingle with local vintners, growers and winemakers.

Map outline of the Alexander Valley AVA in rel...
Map outline of the Alexander Valley AVA in relation to the Russian river (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Notable local guest chefs will include Josh Silvers of Jackson’s Bar & Oven and Petite Syrah Bistro; as well as, Jeff Mall of Zin Restaurant & Wine Bar; and Carlo Cavallo of Meritage Sonoma.

There will be live entertainment including: blues, swing and jazz sounds. Enjoy the sounds of Steve Lucky & the Rhumba Bums at www.luckylounge.com

Stryker Sonoma Winery tasting room in Alexande...
Stryker Sonoma Winery tasting room in Alexander Valley, California (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

On Saturday and Sunday, May 19th and 20th, from 11am to 4pm, wineries will host individual events throughout the Alexander Valley.

Silver Oak 2004 Alexander Valley. Cabernet Sau...
Silver Oak 2004 Alexander Valley. Cabernet Sauvignon from the California wine region of Sonoma. You can see the opacity and color typical of this varietal. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Dr. EveAnn Lovero writes Travel Guides @ www.vino-con-vista.com

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