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Earth Day Food and Wine festival returns this weekend 

Earth day tempeltonChefs, farmers and winemakers will be serving up a wide variety of sustainable fare

–The 10th annual Earth Day Food & Wine festival will return this year to Castoro Cellars on April 23.

The festival delivers a quality food, beer and wine experience paired with a casual, low-key atmosphere.

The festival was borne from the desire to share sustainable wine and food with hungry eaters and caring connoisseurs. Chefs, farmers and winemakers will be serving up a wide variety of sustainable fare.

Proceeds from this event support Spanish-speaking workers in the local agricultural industry and their families in two ways:

  • Educational scholarships for vineyard workers’ relatives
  • Free Spanish language education for vineyard workers

 

Tickets:

Premiere admission 1 – 5 p.m. – Get first dibs on unlimited food & wine with your early entry, enjoy reserved seating along with a tote packed with amazing samples. $115.

Reserved table 1  – 5 p.m. – Enjoy your VIP table nestled under the oaks, along with early entry and unlimited sampling of the amazing fare. $800

General admission 2 – 5 p.m. – All the wine, beer and sweet and savory nosh you can enjoy in a fun-filled afternoon. Unlimited. All inclusive. Great deal. $75

There is an additional charge for parking and shuttles.

 

Earth Day Food and Wine is the brainchild of the Vineyard Team, a non-profit organization working with growers on sustainability issues for 20 years. Each year they educate 1,000 growers in English and Spanish, along with administering the rigorous Sustainability in Practice (SIP) Certified Vineyards & Wines program.

For more information, ticket sales and partnership opportunities, visit EarthDayFoodAndWine.org.

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