Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason Center
February 14, 2015
Taste samplings of the finest American wines at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Public Tasting. Show up on February 14 at the Fort Mason Center and join wine lovers from around the region to experience new award-winning wines and old favorites at a festival that is an annual tradition for the Bay area. Over 5,500 wines types will be poured at this prestigious event that will be regulated by the top professional wine judges in the country.
The 2015 Chronicle Wine Competition is more than just a wine competition and tasting - it is a wine and food lover's experience. The event features delicious foods, including samplings of handmade artisan goodies like breads, cheeses, meats, desserts, sauces and other tasty delicacies. Students and staff members from the Le Cordon Blue College of Culinary Arts San Francisco will be on hand preparing delicious dishes and pairing using donated foods by the Clover Stornetta Farms, Niman Ranch and California Lamb.
This increasing popular event emboldens wine lovers and foodies to taste, learn and enjoy. Raise a glass and toast to an exhilarating new wine endeavor. For more information on the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Public Tasting or to purchase tickets, go to http://winejudging.com/public-tasting/event-tickets/.