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Hopland Passport; Small Town Fun – Old Fashioned Hospitality

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Saturday April 30, 2016

Mendocino WinegrowersCelebrate Hopland Passport on Saturday April 30th, 2016, from 11 am to 5 pm. Tasty food and wine pairings, live music, stunning views, vineyard and winery tours, bocce ball games, garden tours, art exhibitions, olive oil tasting, barrel sampling and more. Tickets for Hopland Passport are $40 in advance at www.destinationhopland.com and $50 the day of the event at participating wineries. Complimentary tastings and discounts will be extended to all Hopland Passport participants on Sunday May 1st.

To keep your group safe, sign up for the Designated Driver Program. Your driver will receive complimentary entry. The program requires zero alcohol consumption and will be strictly enforced but the driver is free to enjoy all winery events, food tastings and the drawing. Your Designated Driver wristband can be picked up at any participating winery.

This year, Destination Hopland’s Spring Passport 2016 features a Small Town Fireman’s BBQ and dancing with live music, starting at 5pm at the Hopland Firehouse. Enjoy a delicious country barbecue dinner and then dance the night away to the Pulsators! Tickets are $20 in advance at www.destinationhopland.com and $25 at the door.

Discover the charm of Mendocino County’s old fashioned hospitality.  Meet the winemakers, the farmers, and the real people behind the wines at Hopland Passport.

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