PLYMOUTH — Everyone is invited to enjoy all that is spring with the Wineries of Steiner Road on Saturday, April 27.
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The free food and wine event will delight the senses. Guests can stroll through the beautiful grounds of nine wineries, taste a variety of wines, listen to live music, experience all the blooming flowers and enjoy special treats.
Taste some small bites of spring lamb sausage, turkey and vegetable wraps, asparagus bruschetta, apricot pastry wrapped baked brie, wood fired pizza, Italian fare appetizers, tapenade cheese spread and crostini, tri-tip sliders and artisan cheese and wine parings.
Steiner Road is in the heart of the picturesque Shenandoah Valley, off Highway 16, east of Plymouth in Amador County. It is home to many award-winning wineries.
Visitors also can enter to win two tickets to the sold out Barbera Festival on June 8. Just visit least five of the nine participating Steiner Road wineries: Shenandoah Vineyards, Amador Foothill, Bella Grace, Deaver Vineyards, Driven, Dillian, Renwood, Charles Spinetta and Dobra Zemlja.
Wineries of Steiner Road will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For more information contact Camille Sobon at 209-245-4455, e-mail [email protected] or type in StartOnSteiner on Facebook.com.