Slow Wine at Golden Glass 2012, Tasting/Fundraiser for Slow Food San Francisco, Feb 4

As 2012 gets into gear, media and trade wine tasting invitations keep piling up on my desk.

Biz flavored events are not the only game in town.

Slow Food San Francisco for example presents Golden Glass 2012 which acts both as wine showcase and fundraiser for its activities.

On the program:

"Over 100 wine producers who strive to protect, nurture, and revive the indigenous and classic varieties of their regions. This year will also feature at least 16 selected wineries from Italy as we celebrate the publication of the English version of Slow Food Italy’s SLOW WINE!
The Slow Food Plaza features more than three-dozen purveyors providing sample-size plates of their signature dishes, charcuterie, cheese, olive oil, seasonal fruit, breads, pastries, and gelato for attendees to savor throughout the afternoon."

 

Golden glass



 

When: Saturday, February 4, 2012 from 1 to 5 PM.

Where: Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA
How much?  $20-$80

Buy Tickets Online via Eventbrite

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