FORKS & CORKS - CONSUMER EVENT
Sunday, April 14, 2013
San Francisco Film Centre
39 Keyes Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94129
This is the winery registration page for Forks & Corks San Francisco. Registration information and participation fees are separate from the Tuesday Sonoma in the City trade event.
Back by popular demand is Forks & Corks, a consumer walkaround tasting of Sonoma County wines where attendees pair dishes from popular San Francisco food trucks.
Space is limited. Participants must be members of Sonoma County Vintners and your 2013 membership dues must be in good standing.
WINE & EVENT INFORMATION
Each winery must send at least one representative (two max.) to staff the tasting. Wine for the event will not be consolidated. We recommend a minimum of 3 bottles of each wine you plan on pouring.
ADDITIONAL SONOMA IN THE CITY - SAN FRANCISCO EVENTS
SONOMA IN THE CITY - SAN FRANCISCO TRADE EVENT
We will be having a separate trade event to augment Sonoma County's presence in San Francisco during the week..
Sonoma in the City Trade Tasting: Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Golden Gate Club - 135 Fisher Loop San Francisco, CA 94129
If you are interested in registering for the Trade portion of Sonoma in The City, please sign up at:
Sonoma in the City Trade Tasting
When & Where
Sonoma County Vintners
Sonoma County Vintners
Sonoma County Vintners is the leading voice of Sonoma County wine, dedicated to raising the awareness of Sonoma County as one of the world’s premier wine regions, noted for its heritage of artisan winemaking, distinct growing regions, and extraordinary quality.
Sonoma County Winegrowers
The Sonoma County Winegrape Commission, also known as Sonoma County Winegrowers (SCW), is a marketing and education organization dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Sonoma County as one of the world’s premier grape growing regions. SCW has oversight by California Department of Food and Agriculture which supports producer regions. With more than 1,800 growers, SCW’s goal is to increase awareness and recognition of the quality and diversity of Sonoma County’s grapes and wines through dynamic marketing and educational programs targeted to wine consumers around the world. In January 2014, SCW committed to becoming the nation’s first 100% sustainable winegrowing region by 2019.