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Livermore Valley Harvest Wine Celebration Returns for 38th Year


30 Livermore Valley Wineries to Host Labor Day Weekend Festivities

The Livermore Valley Harvest Wine Celebration is set for Labor Day Weekend on Sunday, September 1, 2019. The popular festival will follow the traditional format of local wineries showcasing Livermore Valley wine, food, art, crafts and music for ticket holders—30 wineries will welcome festival goers this year. Guests will experience the true personality of each winery through its wines, people, architecture and activities. Most wineries will honor event wristbands for free tasting on Monday as well. Tickets are $40 in advance and $45 at the event. Visit www.LVwine.org for tickets and details.

From 12pm to 5pm on Sunday, September 1, 2018, local wineries will host festivities at their tasting rooms across Livermore Valley. All locations will offer wine tasting and a fun combination of fresh food vendors, local artisans and festive music. Guests should check www.LVwine.org for details on the offerings of each participating winery. Highlights include: 

Monday, September 2 is not an official part of the Harvest Wine Celebration, but more than 20 wineries have opted to waive tasting fees for those with a festival wristband, providing a two-day weekend experience for wine lovers.

Ticket prices are $40 in advance and $45 the day of the event. Each ticket includes wine tasting at participating wineries, a commemorative Livermore Valley Wine Country GoVino wine glass, wine discounts and special activities. Advance tickets are available online at www.LVwine.org.

Participating wineries include: 3 Steves Winery, Bent Creek Winery, Big White House, Boa Ventura de Caires Winery, Caddis Winery, Cedar Mountain Winery, Charles R Vineyards, Cuda Ridge Wines, Darcie Kent Vineyards, Eagle Ridge Vineyard, Ehrenberg Cellars, el Sol Winery, Elliston Vineyards, Embodied Wines, Fenestra Winery, Leisure Street Winery, Longevity Wines, Mitchell Katz Winery, Murrieta’s Well, Nella Terra Cellars, Omega Road Winery, Page Mill Winery, Retzlaff Estate Winery, Rios-Lovell Winery, Rodrigue Molyneaux Winery, The Singing Winemaker, The Steven Kent Winery, Wente Vineyards, Winemakers Studio and Wood Family Vineyards.

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