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Bricoleur Vineyards

7394 Starr Road

Windsor, CA 95492

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Winemaker Clay Mauritson and Chef Charlie Palmer invite you to the Eleventh Annual Project Zin event

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Project Zin

Chef Charlie Palmer and Winemaker Clay Mauritson invite you to the Eleventh Annual Project Zin event, August 20-21, 2021. The celebratory weekend features dining and educational events hosted by Chef Palmer, Clay Mauritson, and some of the industry’s most elite winemakers.

Saturday evening’s preeminent event, Project Zin, will be hosted at the spectacular Bricoleur Vineyards. The event will gather some of the most sought-after Zinfandels paired with the food of Chefs Charlie Palmer, of Dry Creek Kitchen, Evan Castro of Bricoleur Vineyards as well as top local Sonoma County chefs. All proceeds will benefit the Down Syndrome Association North Bay.

Please visit projectzin.org for additional event details.

Project Zin Hotel Lodging Packages include:

  • Two Night Accommodations for two in a luxurious Hotel Healdsburg, h2hotel or Harmon Guest House Room including breakfast and complimentary valet parking
  • Welcome Wine Reception With Clay and Carrie Mauritson
  • Two Tickets to Behind the Scenes at Mauritson Winery
  • Two Tickets to Project Zin at Bricoleur Vineyards
  • VIP Check-in to All Events

Project Zin Bricoleur Vineyards Package includes:

  • Two Night Accommodations For four (two couples) at the Bricoleur Vineyards Milk Barn home including wine country breakfast basket and parking
  • Welcome Wine Reception With Clay and Carrie Mauritson
  • Four Tickets to Behind the Scenes at Mauritson Winery
  • Four Tickets to Project Zin at Bricoleur Vineyards
  • VIP Check-in to All Events

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Bricoleur Vineyards

7394 Starr Road

Windsor, CA 95492

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All proceeds will benefit the Down Syndrome Association North Bay. DSNAB's mission is to promote self-advocacy, raise awareness, support inclusion and enrich the lives of individuals with Down Syndrome and their families.

DSNAB's programs and services include: information for new and expecting parents, English and Spanish packets, literature and programs, hospital greetings with Hope Baskets, Mom's and Dad's night out, dances and outings, parent-to-parent connection, education seminars, mentoring programs, and Family Camp.

DSNAB is comprised of volunteers, board, and committee members alike, working to serve and encourage the unlimited potential in children and adults with Down Syndrome.

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