6th Annual LA WineFest June 11-12: Exciting your Taste for Grape [PREVIEW]

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Published on May 18, 2011 with No Comments

For the sixth consecutive year Los Angeles wine lovers rejoice as LA WineFest the finest grape festival returns June 11-12.  But this year hasexpanded in every way possible for the purpose of audience enjoyment. The two-day festival will feature over 550 wine, spirits and brews, along with multiple classes to learn about your favorites from the masters, music, entertainment and more food options to balance your palate.

If it sounds like a lot, you’re right.  The reason why has a lot to do with the guy with a hungry smile on his face.  LA WineFest CEO Dr. Joel M. Fisher is a busy man all year long travelling the world to find the very best tastes to present to his Los Angeles drinkers.  He takes the responsibility very seriously so that you can have fun.

Dr. Fisher also invites his renowned food and beverage friends to share in their mastering.  This year there are winemaker classesscotch tasting and sake tasting classes, and food pairing to help aspiring sommeliers pick up a few tricks.

The festival has expanded to take over all of Hollywood’s Raleigh Studios this year.   Double the food trucks bringing in nearly 15 trucks. And for the first time, The Robert Mondavi Discover Wine Tour will be held here as well.

LA WineFest cares just as deeply for the charities they have supported throughout the years.  This year benefits Make A Wish Foundation.

If you’re an adult who imbibes, this is very likely two days which will excite you and give you dozens and probably hundreds of reasons to be happy.

To learn more about LA Winefest
To buy tickets for LA Winefest
To read Dr. Joel M. Fisher’s exclusive wine columns

 

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