East End Wine Row Celebrates California Wine Month
Monday, September 30, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
Carmel Valley, CA
This September Celebrate California Wine Month
Carmel Valley Style with a SAVOR East End Wine Row Passport!
East End Wine Row Invites You To:
- Get uncorked
- Sip award-winning wines
- Enjoy the sunshine
- SAVOR the warmth and splendor of this amiable community
September is celebrated as Wine Month across the state of California. To commemorate, Carmel Valley’s East End Wine Row has created a special SAVOR passport redeemable any day of September. Visit the tasting rooms of Chesebro Wines, Cima Collina, Dawn’s Dream Winery, Holman Ranch, Joyce Vineyards or Parsonage Family Winery, all located on the east end of the village at 19 E. Carmel Valley Road, and stamp your passport to great fun and delicious wine.
Purchase your $25 SAVOR Passport and save more than $25 off regular tasting prices! With your six-winery passport, you choose which wineries to visit on East End Wine Row, and when you want to visit, all at one discounted price. Included in your Passport are three tastings per winery, and a souvenir logoed wine glass. The offer is valid any day of the week Sept. 1 through Sept. 30 only.
Guests MUST bring the provided SAVOR East End Wine Row Passport and souvenir wine glass to each winery in order to taste. Wineries do not provide glassware for this event. ALL SAVOR PASSPORTS ARE WILL CALL. Pick up daily beginning Sept. 1 between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. at Cima Collina and Holman Ranch Tasting Rooms.Tickets are non-refundable. Discounts do not apply. Tickets are available on EventBrite only
When & Where
East End Wine Row
Carmel Valley’s East End Wine Row features the tasting rooms of Chesebro Wines, Cima Collina, Dawn’s Dream Winery, Holman Ranch, Joyce Vineyards, and Parsonage Family Winery all located on the east end of the village at 19 E. Carmel Valley Road.
East End Wine Row is not overly crowded and provides a warm, personal interaction between visitors and tasting hosts. Many times the winemakers themselves can be seen sharing tastes with visitors, and explaining the winemaking process.
Why visit East End Wine Row:
1. Sip and savor at 6 boutique wine tasting rooms
2. Enjoy more than 300 days of sunshine each year
3. Bring your four-legged friend for a daylong adventure because all tasting rooms are pet friendly.
4. Conveniently located near award-winning restaurants, championship golf courses, rugged hiking and horseback trails and unrivaled scenery.
Monterey County was named a “Top 10 Wine Destination” for 2013 by Wine Enthusiast magazine. Carmel Valley is one of the seven appellations that make up this region’s diverse wine country and is perhaps the most distinct.
Nestled into the towering Santa Lucia Range, Carmel Valley geographically defies daytime wind and fog, yielding the warm summer and fall days along with cool nights that are especially favorable to Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and other red varietals. Sauvignon Blanc and Zinfandel also perform exceptionally well in Carmel Valley.
Location: East End Wine Row is 11.5 miles east of Highway 1 in Carmel Valley Village and comprises the following tasting rooms: Chesebro Wines, Cima Collina, Dawn’s Dream Winery, Holman Ranch, Joyce Vineyards and Parsonage Family Winery.