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Reyes Winery is hosting the Fifth Annual Sierra Pelona Valley Wine Festival on Saturday May 20, 2017 from 12pm-4pm (VIP entrance at 11am). We will have local winemakers and numerous wineries, breweries, and tequila producers from all across Southern California. We are happy to be part of one of California’s most exciting burgeoning winemaking regions. Come and join us at this year’s Wine Festival. Our guests will be treated to gourmet food pairings from highly acclaimed Los Angeles area chefs and artisanal food makers. We will have an art exhibit from local artists and craftsmen. You will be entertained with live music from several local bands. There will be a raffle, which will include Wine-and-Dine gift certificates, wines, gift baskets, and a variety of other items.

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Join Reyes Winery in hosting the Fifth Annual Sierra Pelona Valley Wine Festival on Saturday May 20, 2017 from 12pm-4pm (VIP entrance at 11am).

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Fifth Annual Sierra Pelona Valley Wine Festival

Saturday May 20, 2017 at Reyes Winery in Agua Dulce

Wine aficionados and gourmet foodies will find an exceptional array of palate-pleasing experiences at the Fifth Annual Sierra Pelona Valley Wine Festival to be held noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 20, 2017 in the vineyard at Reyes Winery in Agua Dulce. VIP entrance will be at 11 a.m, limited to 100 guests.

“We are proud to be able to introduce our guests to the wines of Sierra Pelona Valley and beyond,” said Robert Reyes, Wine maker and General Manager Reyes Winery and founder of the Sierra Pelona Valley Vintners Association. “And this is our fifth year assisting nonprofits in the Santa Clarita Valley and the second year helping the SCV Senior Center reach its goal.”

The Festival is a fundraiser for the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center. The SCV Senior Center provides a variety of educational, meal and respite services to 10,000 seniors and their families in a 450 square mile area in and around the SCV. The service area includes the communities of Santa Clarita, Agua Dulce, Acton, Castaic, Val Verde, Paradise Ranch, Valencia, Saugus, Canyon Country, Newhall, Stevenson Ranch and other areas in and around the SCV.

For Santa Clarita Valley wine festival guests Reyes Winery is only 30 minutes from the heart of Valencia, 24 minutes from Newhall and 15 minutes from Canyon Country. The winery is located just minutes off the Agua Dulce exit of the Antelope Valley Freeway or an easy drive up Sierra Highway.

The Fifth Annual Sierra Pelona Valley Wine Festival will feature more than 80 food and wine vendors from throughout Southern California, as well as entertainment, specialty items sampling and handmade crafts from local artisans.

Attendees will receive: Specialty event glass, event plate, swag gift bag, wine and food sampling and free parking.

Guests will be treated to gourmet food pairings from highly acclaimed Los Angeles area chefs and artisanal food makers, as well as award-winning wines and other libations at the Festival.

Previous years participants have included: San Antonio Winery, Mystic Hills, Alonso Family

Vineyards, Reyes Winery, Steve Hemmert Wines, Agua Dulce Winery, Coruce Vineyards, Chateau Fredeking, Golden Star Vineyard, Iconic Wines, AV Winery, Chavez Vineyards, High Desert Cellars, Charles Wine Co., Bouquet Vineyards, Hearthstone Vineyard and Winery, Bobcat Winery, Gottwine, LA International Wine Competition, Crillon Importers – Agwa, Rhum Barbancourt, Absente, Magellan Gin, Du Nasi, Six Foukes, Douglas Gould, Wine Neg. Lil Bastard Label, Sarah Jean’s Southern Cuisine, Bella Cucina, Organo Gold Specialty Coffee, Anheuser-Busch, Brown Knows Cider, Pepsi Beverages Company, Porto’s Bakery, Gourmet Blends, Truffles N Toffee, Le Chene French Cuisine, Mickey’s Momma’s BBQ, Thelma’s Morning Café, Persia Restaurant Lounge & Hookah Bar, Tochigan Farms and Culinary Wonders Cooking School.

Festival director Beth Heiserman said the Festival is a “Now in our fifth year, I am so excited that tickets started to sell three years in a row, nine months before the event.”

Live entertainment for the Festival will be provided by Still Moving Project, The Sean Hughes Experience and other musicians.

In addition to food, refreshments, entertainment and an art exhibit from local artists and craftsmen, the Festival will include a raffle featuring wine-and-dine gift certificates, wines and gift baskets.

Now through December 31, 2016 prepaid for general admission tickets are $65 and VIP $90 (if still available – only 100 tickets are available)

January 1, 2017-April 30, 2017, prepaid for general admission tickets are $75 and VIP $100 (if still available – only 100 tickets are available)

May 1, 2017 –May 20, 2017, prepaid and at the door general admission tickets are $85 each.

Designated driver tickets are $40 each.

Tickets can be purchased online at http://reyeswinery.com/events/spv-winefestival.

The Festival is an “adults only” event and open only to guests age 21 and older.

Fifth Annual Sierra Pelona Wine Festival will be held noon to 4 p.m. Saturday May 20, 2017 at Reyes Winery, 10262 Sierra Highway, Agua Dulce, CA 91390. For information or tickets visit reyeswinery.com or call 661-268-1865. Tickets are available at the SCV Senior Center’s website and physical tickets will be available at the information counter starting January 1, 2017. http://myscvcoa.org/events/sierra-pelona-wine-festival/

 

 

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Fifth Annual Sierra Pelona Wine Festival will be held noon to 4 p.m. Saturday May 20, 2017 at Reyes Winery, 10262 Sierra Highway, Agua Dulce, CA 91390. VIP entry at 11 a.m. Attendees will receive: Specialty event glass, event plate, swag gift bag, wine and food sampling

and free parking. Sample wine and food from more than 80 vendors. This event will benefit the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center. Purchase before April 30, 2017 and prepaid general admission tickets are $75 each and VIP $100 (if still available – only 100 tickets are available). May 1-May 20, 2017 prepaid and “at the door” general admission tickets will increase to $85 each. Designated driver tickets are $40 each. For more information visit reyeswinery.com or call 661-268-1865.

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Fourth Annual Sierra Pelona Valley Wine Festival

Saturday, April 23 at Reyes Winery in Agua Dulce

 

Wine aficionados and gourmet foodies will find an exceptional array of palate-pleasing experiences at the Fourth Annual Sierra Pelona Valley Wine Festival to be held noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 23 in the vineyard at Reyes Winery in Agua Dulce. VIP entrance will be at 11 a.m.

“We are proud to be able to introduce our guests to the wines of Sierra Pelona Valley and beyond,” said Robert Reyes, Wine maker and General Manager Reyes Winery and founder of the Sierra Pelona Valley Vintners Association. “And this is our fourth year assisting nonprofits in the Santa Clarita Valley.”

The Festival is a fundraiser for the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center. The SCV Senior Center provides a variety of educational, meal and respite services to 10,000 seniors and their families in a 450 square mile area in and around the SCV. The service area includes the communities of Santa Clarita, Agua Dulce, Acton, Castaic, Val Verde, Paradise Ranch, Valencia, Saugus, Canyon Country, Newhall, Stevenson Ranch and other areas in and around the SCV.

For Santa Clarita Valley wine festival guests Reyes Winery is only 30 minutes from the heart of Valencia, 24 minutes from Newhall and 15 minutes from Canyon Country. The winery is located just minutes off the Agua Dulce exit of the Antelope Valley Freeway or an easy drive up Sierra Highway.

The Fourth Annual Sierra Pelona Valley Wine Festival will feature more than 80 food and wine vendors from throughout Southern California, as well as entertainment, specialty items sampling and handmade crafts from local artisans.

Attendees will receive: Specialty event glass, event plate, swag gift bag, wine and food sampling

and free parking.

Guests will be treated to gourmet food pairings from highly acclaimed Los Angeles area chefs

and artisanal food makers, as well as award-winning wines and other libations at the Festival.

Previous years participants have included: San Antonio Winery, Mystic Hills, Alonso Family

Vineyards, Reyes Winery, Steve Hemmert Wines, Agua Dulce Winery, Coruce Vineyards, Chateau Fredeking, Golden Star Vineyard, Iconic Wines, AV Winery, Chavez Vineyards, High Desert Cellars, Charles Wine Co., Bouquet Vineyards, Hearthstone Vineyard and Winery, Bobcat Winery, Harris Wine Biz, Gottwine, LA International Wine Competition, Crillon Importers – Agwa, Rhum Barbancourt, Absente, Magellan Gin, Du Nasi, Six Foukes, Douglas Gould, Wine Neg. Lil Bastard Label, Sarah Jean’s Southern Cuisine, Bella Cucina, Organo Gold Specialty Coffee, Anheuser-Busch, Brown Knows Cider, Pepsi Beverages Company, Porto’s Bakery, Gourmet Blends, Truffles N Toffee, Le Chene French Cuisine, Mickey’s Momma’s BBQ, Thelma’s Morning Café, Persia Restaurant and Lounge, Hookah Bar, Tochigan Farms and Culinary Wonders Cooking School.

Festival director Beth Heiserman said the Festival is a “great way to spend the day with friends

enjoying great wine, great food and great entertainment in a beautiful vineyard setting.”

Live entertainment for the Festival will be provided by Still Moving Project, Just Us and other musicians.

In addition to food, refreshments, entertainment and an art exhibit from local artists and craftsmen, the Festival will include a raffle featuring wine-and-dine gift certificates, wines and gift baskets.

Now through April 9, 2016 prepaid for general admission tickets are $75 and VIP $100 (if still available – only 100 tickets are available)

April 10, 2016 -April 23, prepaid and at the door general admission tickets are $85 each.

Designated driver tickets are $40 each.

Tickets can be purchased online at http://reyeswinery.com/events/spv-winefestival.

The Festival is an “adults only” event and open only to guests age 21 and older.

Fourth Annual Sierra Pelona Wine Festival will be held noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 23 at Reyes Winery, 10262 Sierra Highway, Agua Dulce, CA 91390. For information or tickets visit reyeswinery.com or call 661-268-1865.

 

 

Calendar listing

Fourth Annual Sierra Pelona Wine Festival will be held noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 23 at Reyes Winery, 10262 Sierra Highway, Agua Dulce, CA 91390. VIP entry at 11 a.m. Attendees will receive: Specialty event glass, event plate, swag gift bag, wine and food sampling

and free parking. Sample wine and food from more than 80 vendors. This event will benefit the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center. Purchase before April 10 and prepaid general admission tickets are $75 each and VIP $100 (if still available – only 100 tickets are available). April 10-April 23, prepaid and “at the door” general admission tickets will increase to $85 each. Designated driver tickets are $40 each. For more information visit reyeswinery.com or call 661-268-1865.

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Fourth Annual Sierra Pelona Valley Wine Festival To Be Held At Reyes Winery In Agua Dulce

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Wine aficionados and gourmet foodies will find an exceptional array of palate-pleasing experiences at the Fourth Annual Sierra Pelona Valley Wine Festival to be held noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 23 in the vineyard at Reyes Winery in Agua Dulce. VIP entrance will be at 11 a.m.

“We are proud to be able to introduce our guests to the wines of Sierra Pelona Valley and beyond,” said Robert Reyes, wine maker and general manager of Reyes Winery and founder of the Sierra Pelona Valley Vintners Association. “And this is our fourth year assisting nonprofits in the Santa Clarita Valley.”sierra pelona valley wine festival 2

The festival is a fundraiser for the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center. The SCV Senior Center provides a variety of educational, meal and respite services to 10,000 seniors and their families in a 450-square-mile area in and around the SCV. All proceeds from the festival will be donated to the SCV Senior Center.

The Fourth Annual Sierra Pelona Valley Wine Festival will feature more than 80 food and wine vendors from throughout Southern California, as well as entertainment, specialty items sampling and handmade crafts from local artisans.

Attendees will receive: specialty event glass, event plate, swag gift bag, wine and food sampling and free parking.

“We have some wonderful gifts in our swag bags this year,” said Festival Director Beth Heiserman.

Guests will be treated to gourmet food pairings from highly acclaimed Los Angeles area chefs and artisanal food makers, as well as award-winning wines and other libations at the festival.

Previous years participants have included: San Antonio Winery, Mystic Hills, Alonso Family Vineyards, Reyes Winery, Steve Hemmert Wines, Agua Dulce Winery, Coruce Vineyards, Chateau Fredeking, Golden Star Vineyard, Iconic Wines, AV Winery, Chavez Vineyards, High Desert Cellars, Charles Wine Co., Bouquet Vineyards, Hearthstone Vineyard and Winery, Bobcat Winery, Harris Wine Biz, Gottwine, LA International Wine Competition, Crillon Importers –Agwa, Rhum Barbancourt, Absente, Magellan Gin, Du Nasi, Six Foukes, Douglas Gould, Wine Neg. Lil Bastard Label, Sarah Jean’s Southern Cuisine, Bella Cucina, Organo Gold Specialty Coffee, Anheuser-Busch, Brown Knows Cider, Pepsi Beverages Company, Porto’s Bakery, Gourmet Blends, Truffles N Toffee, Le Chene French Cuisine, Mickey’s Momma’s BBQ, Thelma’s Morning Café, Persia Restaurant and Lounge, Hookah Bar, Tochigan Farms and Culinary Wonders Cooking School.

Heiserman said the festival is a “great way to spend the day with friends enjoying great wine, great food and great entertainment in a beautiful vineyard setting.”

Live entertainment for the festival will be provided by Still Moving Project, Just Us and Sean Hughes.

sierra pelona valley wine festival 3In addition to food, refreshments, entertainment and an art exhibit from local artists and craftsmen, the festival will include a raffle featuring wine-and-dine gift certificates, wines and gift baskets.

Tickets can be ordered online or bought at the door. General admission tickets are $85 each. Designated driver tickets are $40 each.

Tickets can be purchased online. The festival is an “adults only” event and open only to guests age 21 and older.

For Santa Clarita Valley wine festival guests Reyes Winery is 30 minutes from Valencia, 24 minutes from Newhall and 15 minutes from Canyon Country. The winery is located just minutes off the Agua Dulce exit of the Antelope Valley Freeway or can be reached driving up Sierra Highway.

The Fourth Annual Sierra Pelona Wine Festival will be held noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 23 at Reyes Winery, located at 10262 Sierra Highway in Agua Dulce, CA 91390. For information or tickets click here or call 661-268-1865.

TO PURCHASE TICKETS, CLICK HERE.

For groups of 10 or more, please contact us at 661-268-1865 for special pricing For more information about Reyes Winery, click here.

Local Celebs Serve, Pour for SCV Senior Center

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Event co-chairs Brian Koegle and Vanessa Wilk. Photos by Michele E. Buttelman.

Event co-chairs Brian Koegle and Vanessa Wilk. Photos by Michele E. Buttelman.

It was all fun and games as the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center staged the 2016 Celebrity Waiter Dinner to the theme, “A Night of Fun and Games.”

The fundraiser brought in real cash, not Monopoly money, with a live auction that netted $39,000 and the “Buy a Bus” solicitation that earned more than $40,000. (The Senior Center is in need of a new bus.) The final tally will also include sponsorships and money earned from script sales by the “celebrity waiters” during the event.

“Seniors are the jewels of our community,” said co-event chair Vanessa Wilk. “This event is so important. It is our biggest fundraiser of the year.”

Wilk said the SCV Senior Center provides a host of services to seniors including more than 50,000 meals to seniors on-site and 65,000 meals to homebound seniors; more than 45,000 discounted bus fares and emergency taxi rides; hosted recreational, educational and support group activities for more than 45,000 seniors; and it is responsible for completing more than 300 home rehabilitation jobs through its handyworker program.

“We want to continue to provide quality programs at the SCV Senior Center,” said co-event chair Brian Koegle. “We really appreciate all the support from the community.”

Celebrity waiter Michael Owston embraces his character, “The Butler.”

Celebrity waiter Michael Owston embraces his character, “The Butler.”

The event attracted nearly 300 costumed guests to the Hyatt Regency Valencia on Saturday.

Guests were entertained by an introductory dance number by the celebrity waiters to the surf music of the SoundWaves band.

Other entertainment was provided by cast members from the Canyon Theatre Guild production of “Happy Days.”

Lauren McGuire and Miriam Robles co-chaired the live auction, which featured 15 items, many of them packages of events and getaways.

Among the most popular items was a “Private Party with the Mayor.”

Santa Clarita Mayor Bob Kellar offered a private party for 30 people at his Sand Canyon home. It sold first for $4,500, and then a second party was offered to another bidder who paid $4,000, earning $8,500 for the SCV Senior Center.

Celebrity waiters were volunteers who collected scrip throughout the evening by performing tasks for table guests.

Bill Lively and auctioneer Curtis Waite work the crowd.

Bill Lively and auctioneer Curtis Waite work the crowd.

Each table had a different theme and guests dressed in costumes to reflect the theme.

The winning table theme of the evening was captured by “Poker Dogs,” followed by “The Hunting Table” and in third place, “Let’s Make a Deal.”

The winning waiter, who captured “The Stanley Award” – named for the late longtime Senior Center volunteer Stan Sierad – was Michel Delcros of Le Chene French Cuisine. He raised $5,379 for the SCV Senior Center.

“Michel has been raising money for months for the Senior Center,” said Wilk. Delcros served as waiter for the 2016 head table purchased last year by Dianne and Wayne Crawford.

Other Celebrity Waiters included Stephen Bailey, Amanda Benson, TimBen and Ingrid Boydston, Jen Brown, Tommy Claffey, Robin Clough, Shauna Criner, Linda Davies, Ken Dean, Cookie and Frank Diaz, Gene Dorio, Alan Ferdman, Rob Gardner, Rick Gould, Yolie Haramia, Tracy Hauser, Michael Hogan, Flossy Vander Horck, Alesia Humphries, Roosevelt Johnson, Laura Kirchoff, Kirby Laner, Joey Levy, Zach McReynolds, Michael Owston, Sue Reynolds, Patrice and Ken Riftkind, Miriam Robles, Mikee Schwinn, Chuck Strong, Christ Trunkey and Nick Ventura.

Michel Delcros earned The Stanley Award as the top Celebrity Waiter. He earned $5,000 for the SCV Senior Center.

Michel Delcros earned The Stanley Award as the top Celebrity Waiter. He earned $5,000 for the SCV Senior Center.

Other table themes included Wine Tasting, Vintage Vegas, Monopoly, Clue, Mario Kart, baseball, football, bowling, golf, poker, Super Bowl 50, The Amazing Race and other game-related themes.

Bill Lively served as emcee, and Curtis Waite, The Auctioneer Guy, presided over the live auction and Buy a Bus request.

An entertaining video presentation showing seniors stranded by the side of the road with their bus belching white smoke from under the hood made the point that the SCV Senior Center is in desperate need of new transportation.

After the Buy a Bus solicitation, Peggy Rasmussen, president SCV Committee on Aging, was called to the stage to accept a symbolic key to a new bus for the SCV Senior Center.

Longtime guest Coleen Schaffer said she has attended the Celebrity Waiter Dinner for 10 years.

“I wouldn’t miss it,” she said. “This is the best party and the best event in the SCV. It’s for a worthy cause, and that’s what it is all about.”

First time guest Beth Heiserman said she had fun at her first Celebrity Waiter event.

“I had no idea what to expect,” she said. “It was a wild and crazy night.”

Heiserman is the event director of the Sierra Pelona Valley Wine Festival, which will be held April 23 to benefit the SCV Senior Center. For tickets, visit www.reyeswinery.com.

For more information about programs at the SCV Senior Center, or to donate or volunteer, visit http://myscvcoa.org.

Guests at the “Clue” table raise their bidding paddles to support the “Buy a Bus” campaign.

Guests at the “Clue” table raise their bidding paddles to support the “Buy a Bus” campaign.

 Vanessa Wilk, left and Brian Koegle, right, co-chairs of the 2016 Celebrity Waiter Dinner present a symbolic bus key to Peggy Rasmusse, center, president of the Santa Clarita Valley Committee on Aging Board of Directors, to celebrate raising enough money to fund the purchase of a new bus for the SCV Senior Center.

Vanessa Wilk, left and Brian Koegle, right, co-chairs of the 2016 Celebrity Waiter Dinner present a symbolic bus key to Peggy Rasmusse, center, president of the Santa Clarita Valley Committee on Aging Board of Directors, to celebrate raising enough money to fund the purchase of a new bus for the SCV Senior Center.

Celebrity Waiters are introduced to the audience at the 2016 Celebrity Waiter Dinner fundraiser for the SCV Senior Center.

Celebrity Waiters are introduced to the audience at the 2016 Celebrity Waiter Dinner fundraiser for the SCV Senior Center.

Reyes Winery 4th Annual Sierra Pelona Valley Wine Festival on April 23, 2016

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Join us for our 4th Annual Sierra Pelona Valley Wine Festival!!! The Festival will be held at Reyes Winery Vineyard Saturday April 23, 2016 from 11am-4pm.  The wine festival features numerous wineries and local wine makers offering tastings of their best wines.  There will also be gourmet food and specialty items sampling, handmade crafts from local artisans, live music, and lots of fun for a great day.

Attendees will receive:

  • specialty event glass
  • event plate
  • specialty gift bag
  • wine and food sampling
  • and free parking.

We will be benefiting SCV SeniorCenter!

April 27, 2015-December 31, 2015 Prepaid for general admission tickets are $65 and VIP $90.

January 1, 2016-April 9, 2016 Prepaid for general admission tickets are $75 and VIP $100(if still available – 100 tickets are available)

Please Note: There are no physical tickets for this event! Once you make your purchase, you will receive an automatic e-mail confirmation of your purchase, and when you arrive please check in. Please bring your confirmation.

TO PURCHASE TICKETS, CLICK HERE.

For groups of 10 or more, please contact us at 661-268-1865 for special pricing For more information about Reyes Winery, click here.

“A Toast to the Bountiful Harvest” on September 6, 2014.

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WiSH Education Foundation Named Beneficiary
of Sierra Pelona Vintners’s Association Harvest Festival

The WiSH Education Foundation is thrilled to be named the beneficiary of the “A Toast to the Bountiful Harvest” on September 6, 2014.

The Harvest Festival is being held amid grapes on the vines at beautiful Reyes Winery, located in Agua Dulce. The event is open from 4-8 pm (3 pm entry for VIP ticketholders) and includes all food and drink as well as access to the artisan boutique. Grape stomping is available to anyone wishing to give that a try! Tickets are $65 in advance or $75 at the door for general admission and $90/$100 for the VIP tickets. Please visit www.sierrapelonavitners.com/events for tickets and further event details, vendor and sponsorship information.

All of the proceeds will benefit programs of the Wm. S. Hart Union High School District, which serves junior and senior high public schools in the Santa Clarita Valley. WiSH’s goal is to benefit as many of the nearly 23,000 students in the district as possible, supporting administration and staff by addressing their “WiSHlists” – items not provided for by tax dollars. To date, WiSH has disbursed nearly $90,000 in the two academic years it has been supporting the district. WiSH’s current funding focus is literacy, and every student has been positively impacted by the funding to those programs in all 16 Hart District schools.

WiSH encourages all Santa Clarita businesses to INVEST IN THEIR FUTURE EMPLOYEES! Please contact Executive Director Amy Daniels at WiSH@hartdistrict.org or 661-799-9474 for sponsorship information. For more information, see www.WiSHscv.org.

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2nd Annual Sierra Pelona Wine Festival-Update #3

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There are only 5 days left to purchase your tickets for the The Sierra Pelona Valley Vintners Association 2nd Annual Vintners Festival & Jazz In the Vineyard Event on Saturday, April 26, from 11am-4pm, at Reyes Winery in Agua Dulce.   

 

As the ONLY Wine Festival to be held this year in the Santa Clarita Valley, our event will feature over 30 local wineries, breweries, spirit distilleries, and food purveyors paired with live jazz music performed in the high desert vineyard setting of Reyes Winery.  Also, back by popular demand, MCigar returns to hand-roll his highly coveted stogies. The Festival will also have an Arts & Crafts Exhibit featuring local artists including the fine woodworks of winemaker Carlos Bacelar. Additionally, a portion of the proceeds from this year’s festival will benefit College of the Canyons, Institute for the Culinary Arts, scheduled to open fall 2014.

 

Some of the local wineries, breweries, and spirit distiller tastingswill includeSan Antonio Winery,Alonso Family Vineyards,  Bobcat ,Chavez Vineyards, Du Nasi,Golden Star Vineyards , Donato Family Vineyard, Antelope Valley Winery,  Harris Wine Biz , High Desert Cellars,  Coruce Vineyards , Oasis Vineyards, Six Foulkes,Diosa Tequila, Mi Rancho Tequila, Hearthstone Vineyards, Magellan Gin,  Absenthe,  Pulchella Winery,  Rhum Barbancourt  ,  Reyes Winery , and  Anhueser-Busch.  Regional food purveyors will include Le Chene French Cuisine , Portos Bakery,Truffles n Toffee , California Bakery , Rattlers BBQ, Double D Cupcakes, Vincent Hill Station, Baracoa Lounge, Wolf Creek Restaurant & Brewery, Mi Dolce Vita Cupcakery, George’s BBQ, Smokin’ BBQuties Grill Team, Mikey’s Momma’s BBQ, and Gourmet Blends .

 

The headliner for the SPVVA Festival’s Jazz-In-The-Vineyard Event will be the 2013 Latin Jazz Grammy Nominee for Best New Artist, Quattro,a unique ensemble that blends Latin, Pop, Jazz, and Classical; their debut album is “POPZZICAL”.  Also performing will be recording artist and critically acclaimed jazz vocalistLauren Koval accompanied by the Paul McDonald Trio, performing both Latin Jazz and Standards from the Great American Songbook. From the Central Coast, Tropical Brazilian Guitarist Jon Stephen, will be strumming his own genre of all original compositions ranging from smoky jazz to breezy bossa nova to serrano-like flamenco, many from his most recent recording is Out of the Blue.  Originally from New Orleans, Stephen has played with everyone from Doctor John to the Neville Brothers. The Los Angeles local band of musicians, Still Moving Project, will be for a second year to play their fun, eclectic mix of all, original material.

 

Thank you for all of your support and we hope to see you again, this week, at this year’s SPVVA 2nd Annual Wine Festival & Jazz-In-the-Vineyard on Saturday, April 26 at Reyes Winery.  For more information on the 2014 Festival please visit the SPVVA website.  Attendees must be at least 21 years of age to attend the festival.

 

 

Cheers!

 

 

 

 

Vendor and Sponsor update for the 2nd Annual Sierra Pelona Vintners Wine Festival

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Screen Shot 2014-02-28 at 1.51.44 PMHello 2nd Annual Sierra Pelona Vintners Fans,

Here is a vendor and sponsor update for the 2nd Annual Sierra Pelona Vintners Wine Festival.

We are still accepting a few more applications for vendors. If you or know someone that makes a gourmet food or wine item, please forward this to them. In order to have your name listed on our program, applications are due by April 11.

This charitable event is benefiting College of the Canyons Culinary Institute. Please help us raise money by purchasing tickets and donating a raffle item.

Please email or send in your raffle items to Sierra Pelona Vintners
10262 Sierra Highway
Agua Dulce CA 91390

 

union-bank-of-california-logo-150x150Our Presenting Sponsor is Union Bank. Other sponsors are, Mercedes Benz of Valencia, Aquafina Water, Naked Juice, All American Containers, Rec Solar, Anheuser Busch,& Crillion Importers

 

 

Screen Shot 2014-03-24 at 1.39.24 PMMedia Sponsors are LA Times, LA Weekly, Country Journal, Magazine of Santa Clarita, KCRW Radio, Tee it Radio, & Signal of Santa Clarita

 

 

newhall refineryIn-Kind Sponsors are Andy Gump, A1 Tents, Star Protective Services,Jethawks Baseball, Egg Plantation, & Newhall Refinery

 

brewery02_smallBreweries, & Spirits Tastings  Magellan Gin    — Absenthe, Agwa,  Rhum Barbancourt   , Wolf Creek Brewery, Mi Rancho Tequila,& Diosa Tequila

 

 

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Portos Bakery, Gourmet Blends , Rattlers BBQ, Double D Cupcakes, George’s BBQ and Smokin’ BBQuties Grill Team, & Mickey’sMomma’sBBQ

Screen Shot 2014-03-21 at 1.57.12 PMBoutique Creations Kym’s Kreations, Isidoradesigns, Designs by Sandra Lane, BLVD Cosmetics,  Agua Dulce Accents and R& K Designs

We have just added a few home winemakers; Bobcat, Du Nasi, Six Foulkes, and Bouquet Vineyards.