The Wine Cheese & Bread Faire | Events
Clarksburg, Calif. - The Old Sugar Mill is proud to host the Wine Cheese & Bread Faire, Saturday and Sunday, July 21st and 22nd 2012 from 11-5pm. This is the “Ultimate Gourmet Wine & Food Shopping Experience” in the Sacramento Region. Cheesemakers from The California Cheese Guild and local Bakers will showcase the region’s best cheese and bread pairings for our Delta Wines. Purveyors of specialty chocolates, olive oils, nuts, coffee & teas, spices, and other delicious locally made products will also be featured for tasting and available for purchase. Shop for your perfect picnic lunch and bottle of wine, and then enjoy the beautiful outdoor patio and delta breeze.
Tickets are $25.00 for each day and include a commemorative wine glass, a thermo tote bag for cheese and food item purchases. Enjoy two complimentary tastes at nine wineries, live music, and local chef cooking demonstrations. Add on to your day by attending live interactive cheese education seminars and hands on cheese making classes. These classes and demonstrations will show case the areas amazing wines with the locally produced cheese.
The Old Sugar Mill can accommodate limos and buses. Guests looking to stay the weekend will receive special rates at the Le Rivage Hotel (only 10 minutes north of the Old Sugar Mill) just ask for the Old Sugar Mill rate when booking rooms.
The Historic Old Sugar Mill is home to a unique community of nine California wineries and their signature wines: Todd Taylor Wines, Three Wine Company, Heringer Estates Vineyards and Winery, Clarksburg Wine Company, Merlo Family Estate Vineyards, Rendez-vous Winery, Due Vigne di Famiglia, Elevation Ten Winery, and Carvalho Family Wines. The majority of the vineyards are located in the Clarksburg AVA (American Viticulture Area), an area where vineyards share the same cool breezes from the San Francisco Bay that shape the growing seasons in the vineyards of Napa and Sonoma. The wineries at the Old Sugar Mill are a bridge to the rich agricultural heritage of the region, whose vineyards are staking their claim alongside the great wine growing regions of the world.
Source: Old Sugar Mill Winery and Events