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First Annual Fairfax Wine Stroll

Walking, drinking wine and eating in the charming town of Fairfax this weekend.

Courtesy of Fairfax Wine Stroll

Enjoy a meandering afternoon of wine and food tasting in Fairfax this weekend. With over 20 organic, biodynamic, small and local wineries offering unlimited tastings, and local restaurants providing tasty bites along the stroll, you have the ingredients for a wonderful afternoon.

Wineries include Cazadero, Landy, Le Vin, Husch, Maysie, Yorkville, Spicy Vines, Deux Punnx, J. Rickards Winery, Kendric, Old World Winery, Beaver Creek, Deux Punx and more.

Food tastes around town from Taste Kitchen & Table, 123 Bolinas, The Sleeping Lady, Hummingbird, 19 Broadway, Miyoko’s Kitchen, amongst others.





If You Go:

Saturday, October 4, 2014

2-5 pm

Start at Marin Museum of Bicycling at 1966 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. in Fairfax.

Tickets: $35 in Advance - $45 Day of Event

Registration opens at 1:30 p.m.

Tickets will be exchanged at Marin Museum of Bicycling for event wineglass, Stroll Map, wristband and food tickets. Must be 21 years old. ID’s will be checked. Kids are welcome, attended by parents.

Parking – Bike racks available in front of Museum of Bicycling. Also parking available around town.


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