8th annual event to kick off Saturday at noon
The 8th Annual Tahoe City Wine Walk will return to historic North Lake Tahoe on Saturday, June 22, noon-4 p.m., offering varietals from regional California wine producers and gourmet bites from North Lake Tahoe’s top restaurants and catering companies. The event last year hosted more than 800 attendees and 30 regional wineries.
While on the walk, be sure to visit some of Tahoe City’s businesses and organizations that will have booths at Heritage Plaza and the Art Center, including:
Tahoe City Downtown Association
Lake Tahoe SummerFest
Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival
Big Blue Adventure
Sierra State Parks Foundation
Tickets for the Tahoe City Wine Walk are $35/person in advance and $45/person at the event (cash only). Ticket price includes admittance, wine tasting, commemorative wine glass, delicious bite-sized offerings, live music and free on-site parking. Attendees must be 21 years or older and show valid ID when purchasing tickets and registering the day of the event.
The Tahoe City Wine Walk is a fundraiser for the Tahoe City Downtown Association. For more information about the event, lodging specials, public transportation options, parking map and to purchase tickets online, visit http://www.TahoeCityWineWalk.com. Online ticket sales close at 5 p.m. on Friday, June 21.
Tickets may also be purchased in person in Tahoe City at James-Harold Galleries, North Lake Tahoe Visitor’s Center, Tahoe Dave’s, The Store, Uncorked Wine Bar. In Truckee, you may get them at The Carmel Gallery, Truckee River Winery and Uncorked Wine Bar.
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