Taste Wines of the World and Some Gorgeous Grub at the Annual Soirée
Written By: Kiersten Morris LA Wine Festival
Let the countdown begin! The LAWineFest is near, and you know what that means, wine for everyone! This is a chance for all you winos to come out and enjoy some of the finest wines and artisan brews from all around the world, all while mixing and mingling with some wine connoisseurs in a relaxed and chill environment. You’ll also have a chance to stroll around and browse boutiques as well as grab gourmet bites. So get your shades, some comfy footwear and your gal pals to run, not walk, to the 2017 LA WineFest!
This fun filled casual event will be take place both Saturday and Sunday, June 17-18 at
ROW DTLA on Alameda Street. It is an annual festival, now in its 12th year, that brings wine, brews, food and music together in a inviting, laid back and fun atmosphere. You will have a chance to explore with your palette and taste many different varieties of wines and brews from different parts of the world. Many will have a chance to gain more knowledge on the wines they know and love and be fully educated on their favorite brands. The LAWineFest also benefits a different charity every year.
There will be a live DJ to get everybody grooving while sipping their wine or specialty brew of choice. Most importantly, appetizers and nibbles will be served alongside the massive amounts of wine, too. I guess by now you’re wondering what exhibitors will be in attendance. Well, we’ve got you covered. Down below is a list of just a few of the exhibitors that will be participating in this wine extravaganza. Keep in mind that some exhibitors will only participate in the event on certain days.
Some of the wineries on the lineup include SummerWood Winery, Graffiti Wine, Herzog Wine Cellars and Dunning Vineyards, just to name a few. Beers on deck include Lagunitas, Saint Archer, Ballast Point Brewing Co., Peroni, Iron Triangle Brewing and much more. To fill your belly while you sip, Crispy Cuban, Batterfish, Mad Pambazos and Churro Boss will be ready, among others.
As far as transportation is concerned, the event will have a lane designated for Lyft/Uber drop off. Remember to drink responsibly people! Plan on driving? Well, there will be a on-site parking garage. Be aware, parking rates do vary by day and duration. There’s also public transportation as an option. You and all your buddies can catch the Metro Red Line to 7th Street/Metro Center or the Purple Line to Pershing Square, then hop on the 53, 18, or 60 bus.
Ticket prices are the same for both Saturday and Sunday, $70 for general admission and $100 for all access. They also offer a Designated Driver Ticket for $25 for those who want to join in the fun, but won’t be indulging in alcoholic-beverage bit.
LA Wine Fest
777 S Alameda St,
Los Angeles, CA 90021
Drink, Dine and Shop at The LAWineFest