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Larson Family Winery Celebrates Their 35th Harvest with Tons of Harvest Fun!

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September 19th – To celebrate their 35th harvest, the Larson Family invites you to join in some festive harvest activities, Sunday October 9th from 11am -2pm.  There will be fun for the whole family (and your four legged ones too) including Grape Stomp, Barrel Tasting with Winemaker Nori Nakamura, Wagon Rides, New Release Tastings, Lunch by Taco Addiction, and back by popular demand,  the fabulous country folk band, Under Trio.  Tickets are $40/adult for members and $50 for non-members.  Kids three and up are $15/child.  Tickets include all the activities, lunch and a drink.

The Larson Family Pumpkin Patch will be open during the event for some great photo ops, and pumpkins will be available for picking and purchase.  It will be a fun filled afternoon, so reserve your spot today, as space is limited.  To purchase tickets, go online to www.larsonfamilywinery.com, or call (707)938-3031 xt.20.  Hope to see you there!

About Larson Family Winery

At Larson Family Winery, we blend our passion for winemaking with our hard-working, fun-loving country lifestyle as seamlessly as we blend our wines. 

We know lots about Sonoma, our family has been farming here since 1877. Today, we are a place where there is fun for the whole family, plus your dogs are welcome too! Enjoy a our deli options, play bocce or cornhole, and visit our three Labs and farm animals – all while enjoying our vineyard views and award-winning wines.   Our mission is to “Make great memories”, so come on down to our working winery and historic property, where there is always something to see and something special to sip. 

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