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Monterey Wine Country’s 23rd Annual Winemakers’ Celebration


Monterey Wine CountryThe Monterey County Vintners & Growers Association (MCVGA) is hosting the county’s signature wine event, the Winemakers’ Celebration, this weekend on May 2nd in picturesque Carmel-by-the-Sea. Celebrating the wines and winemakers of Monterey County’s world class growing region, the event will display over 100 incredible wines as Dolores Street (between Ocean & 7th) is transformed into an atmosphere reminisce of a European village street festival.

Executive Director of the MCVGA, Kim Stemler explains, “Monterey County is extremely fortunate to have ideal growing conditions for wine grapes – consequentially some of the most talented personalities involved in the world of grape growing and winemaking are here. Combine exquisite wines, delicious foods, and beautiful music with one of the most charming places in the world and the Winemakers’ Celebration is sure to be an event remembered for a lifetime.”

Both the experienced wine lover and relative newcomer will enjoy the 23rd Annual Winemakers’ Celebration as it features an array of offerings such as over 100 exquisite wines from Monterey County to taste and compare, small bites highlighting local ingredients from renown guest chefs, and growers and winemakers on hand to meet and share in the experience. The Main Event will be held from 2:00-5:00pm, with exclusive VIP entrance and programing from 1:00-2:00pm. For more information on the event, please visit www.montereywines.org or call 831.375.9400.

This is the second year the Association has hosted the event in downtown Carmel-by-the-Sea. The event sold out prior to the Celebration last year and is on track to do so again this weekend. VIP Experience tickets are already sold out and limited amounts of Main Event tickets remain.



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