This event is mentioned in the Summer issue of Sierra FoodWineArt, and here is the press release:
The Nevada City Chamber of Commerce and the Sierra Vintners are proud to announce their first collaboration in presenting the upcoming Nevada City Uncorked, Wine & Food Experience, Saturday, August 6, 2011 from 1-4pm in historic downtown Nevada City.
Enjoy a robust sampling of local Foothill wines and food from 20 wineries and restaurants. From vintage cabs and buttery chardonnays to delicious crepes and creative California cuisine, there is something for everyone.
Visit local businesses, tour historic locations like the National Hotel and Emma Nevada House, chat with merchants, and learn the history of our charming town all the while enjoying the very best of wine and food from the Foothills. Locations are all within walking distance on Spring, Pine, Broad and Commercial Streets.
Participating merchants, restaurants and wineries include: Friar Tucks, Chacewater, Las Katarinas, Utopian Stone, Emma Nevada House, the National Hotel, The Old 5 Mile House, Matteo’s Public, Jerrigan’s Taphouse, Jim E’s Catering, Emily’s Catering & Cakes, Treats, Indian Springs, Nevada City Winery, JJ Jackson, Deer Creek Inn, Nevada City Classic Cafe, The Stonehouse, Nevada City Marketplace, Coufos Cellars, Avanguardia Wines, Pilot Peak Winery, Lucchesi Vineyards & Winery, Bent Metal Winery, Solune Winegrowers, Double Oak Vineyards & Winery, Double Oak Vineyards & Winery, BYOB, Fox Barrel Cider Company and more.
Tickets are $30adv/$40day of and $25 for Wine Club members (wine club members should contact their respective winery for their reduced ticket). This includes a commemorative wine glass to use at each wine tasting plus 5 food tickets. Attendees can purchase additional food tickets for 2/$5 or 5/$10. Must be 21 or older to purchase tickets.
Check In and Pick Up Your Wine Glass and food tickets at The Stonehouse, 107 Sacramento Street, Nevada City, Open at Noon. Enjoy live music, art, food and wine while there.
Purchase tickets online at http://www.sierravintners.com. For questions contact the Chamber Office at 530-265-2692 or email@example.com