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Carson Road winery

NINE WINERIES along Carson Road are getting into an Hawaiian mode with "Luau On Carson" on Saturday, July 26. Courtesy photo

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Have an Hawaiian vacation at Carson Road wineries

Everyone is invited to enjoy “Luau On Carson” — an Hawaiian-themed day of fun at the Carson Road Wineries in Placerville and Camino.

Nine of the Carson Road winery venues are offering Hawaiian themed food sampling, wine tasting, music and fun from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.on Saturday, July 26.

Try sangria and Hawaiian pizza at Beemer’s Winery, 3500 Carson Road in Camino.

Enjoy wine specials and tasty appetizers at diVittorio Winery, 3500 Carson Road in Camino.

There will be yummy Luau goodies at Chateau Davell, 3550 Carson Road in Camino.

Hawaiian kebabs will be on grill at Fenton Herriott, 120 Jaquier Court in Placerville.

At Crystal Basin Winery & Bistro, 3590 Carson Road in Camino, stop by for a luau.

There is live music featuring two bands from 3-8 p.m. at Crystal Basin Bistro. A traditional Hawaiian kalua pig will be roasted in an in-ground pit at the Bistro. It will be ready at 4 p.m.

Other participating wineries are Crystal Basin Cellars, 3550 Carson Road in Camino; Bumgarner, 3550 Carson Road in Camino; Findleton, 3500 Carson Road in Camino; and Illuminaire, 3500 Carson Road in Camino. . Wear your best or worst Hawaiian garb for this event and start your day at any participating winery.

Carson Road wine club members are free and non-members are $10 per person. There are discounts for those wearing Hawaiian garb.

Go to carsonroadwineries.com for directions and details.

Carson Road Winery Asociation

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