Tahoe City Wine Walk anchor event for week-long celebration | SierraSun.com

Tahoe City Wine Walk anchor event for week-long celebration

Photo courtesy Ron Richman

TAHOE CITY, Calif. and#8212; The 7th Annual Tahoe City Wine Walk is just around the corner, Saturday, June 23, noon-4 p.m. This year will offer new wineries, new locations and new food tastes at 32 stops along the sidewalk in downtown Tahoe City. Record attendance is anticipated based on the success of last yearand#8217;s event.

The Tahoe City Wine Walk is part of the Tahoe City Solstice Festival, a 10-day celebration that includes Adventure Sports week, the Classic Car Stroll, fine art shows, restaurant and lodging specials, live music, and culminating with the opening day of Concerts at Commons Beach.

Participating wineries, restaurants and retailers are featured on the Tahoe City Wine Walk web site: http://www.tahoecitywinewalk.com. Like them on Facebook, and tell all your friends.

Tahoe City Wine Walk is an exciting, premiere event that kicks off a glorious, activity-filled summer at North Lake Tahoe.

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