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Winter White Wine Festival Returns to Anderson Valley for Fifteenth Year


Tickets on sale today for passport-style event, focusing on the region’s white wines, food pairings and more

November 22, 2021, Philo, Calif. – Tickets go on sale today for the 2022 Anderson Valley Winter White Wine Weekend, to be held February 19-20 – the fifteenth year this cool-climate region has celebrated its Alsatian and sparkling roots (with some splashes of Pinot Noir included).

The event will be hosted at various wineries throughout Anderson Valley. Twenty-seven wineries will pour their white wines, sparkling wines, rosés, library wines and even a little bit of Anderson Valley’s signature Pinot Noir too! Attendees will enjoy sumptuous food and wine pairings like smoked trout salad, Dungeness crab, paella, cheese fondue and much more. Festival-only promotions on wine, exclusive vertical flights and library wine samplings will also be available.

Tickets are available at cellarpass.com and include up to four tasting experiences per day, both Saturday and Sunday. Early-bird pricing of $110 per ticket is available until December 15; tickets will be $130 each afterward. Attendees can choose which wineries they’d like to attend for each day.

Participating wineries will include: Baxter Winery, Bee Hunter Wine, Boonville Road Wines, Brashley Vineyards, Domaine Anderson, Fathers & Daughters, Foursight Wines, Goldeneye Winery, Gowan’s Heirloom Cider, Greenwood Ridge Vineyards, Handley Cellars, Husch Vineyards, Lichen Estate, Lula Cellars, Maggy Hawk Vineyards, Maple Creek Winery, Meyer Family Cellars, Navarro Vineyards, Pennyroyal Farm, Phillips Hill Estates, Roederer Estate, Scharffenberger Cellars, Seawolf Wines, Seebass Vineayards & Family Wines, Toulouse Vineyards, Twomey Cellars, Weatherborne Wine Corp. and Witching Stick Wines. 

All wineries will follow COVID-safe tasting protocols.

Join us and learn why our region is so well suited to make some of the best white wines and sparkling wines from the New World!

Tickets are available via cellarpass, here. More information about each winery’s offerings can be found online, or by contacting the Association via e-mail at [email protected].

About the Anderson Valley Winegrowers Association:

The Anderson Valley Winegrowers Association (AVWA) was founded in 1983 – the same year as the appellation. The non-profit organization operates with the goal of supporting the region’s premier grape growers and wineries, as well as promoting the region’s distinguished wines. In addition to acting as a resource for its members, the association aims to better its community by donating funds every year to local nonprofit organizations. For more information about the association, its board of directors, or for a list of association members, please visit www.avwines.com.

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