|Sutter Creek Annual Winefest
Saturday, November 11, 2017. 4:30 – 8:30 pm
LOCATION: Sutter Creek – various shops on Main Street and at the Sutter Creek Auditorium
The 20th annual Winefest in Sutter Creek, the popular walk-about wine-tasting event sponsored by AmadorArts, is just around the corner! On Saturday November 11th, stroll historic Main Street while tasting a huge selection of Amador County Wines in Sutter Creek’s shops. Follow the adage “Save Water, Drink Wine,” and you’ll be helping to bring the arts to local schools.
Guests can check in to pick up their wine glass, wristband and tasting map at the Sutter Creek Auditorium starting at 4:00 pm. Take a look at the huge silent auctions, one for Art, for Wine and a Table of Premier Gifts and Travel Packages.
Start bidding while sampling Amador Olive Oils. Then begin your journey from 4:30 -7:00 pm walking up and down the three blocks of historic Main Street visiting 25 shops which each will be offering tastings of a different fine Amador County winery.
At 7:00 pm, return to the Auditorium for the Winefest festive Grand Finale, which will feature live music desserts and dessert wines, the silent auctions’ final biddings, and the popular Mystery Wine-in-a-Bag Auction. The Winefest event will end at about 8:30 pm.
Advance tickets are $30 each, or $35 the day of the event at the auditorium starting at 4:00 pm..By using a credit card through www.amadorarts.org , your printed PayPal receipt will be your ticket to save time at the auditorium’s check-in. These local locations have just received their tickets to sell: Amador Council of Tourism Office in Sutter Hill; Sutter Creek Wine Tasting Shop; Amador Chamber of Commerce, Main St., Jackson. Dr.Curry's Dental Office in Plymouth, and Up Country Hardware in Pine Grove.
Sales of tickets are limited this year, so now’s the time to contact your friends, book your dinner or lodging reservations, possibly a limo, and generally prepare for this greatest fundraiser of the year for AmadorArts. Proceeds of the 18th annual Winefest provide much-needed funds for arts in education in local schools and in the community. AmadorArts is a non-profit organization that has been serving the county for 33 years.
Visit www.amadorarts.org or phone 209-267-9038.