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Holiday Art, Wine & Gift Bazaar with The Surf City Vintners
Friday, November 23, 2012, 12:00pm - 05:00pm
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Escape the Black Friday shopping frenzy and enjoy the day after Thanksgiving with The Surf City Vintners. Relax while you shop for gifts made by local artisans, and sip some wine from our wineries. Each winery will feature different artists offering affordable gift items, including culinary gifts, beautiful jewelry, soaps, photographs, cards, artwork and more. Bring a donation of non-perishable food for the Walnut Avenue Women's Center and your tasting fee will be waived (bring a food donation for each winery you visit). The Surf City Vintners group of 12 boutique wineries and tasting rooms offer a vibrant urban wine tasting experience. The individual wineries are in close proximity on the Westside of Santa Cruz on Ingalls Street, Swift Street, and the Old Sash Mill, most in renovated warehouse spaces. The Surf City Vintners include: Bonny Doon Vineyard; Equinox Champagne Cellar; MJA Vineyards; Odonata Wines; Rexford Winery; Santa Cruz Mountain Winery; Santa Cruz Mountain Vineyard (including Quinta Cruz); Silver Mountain; Sones Cellars; Storrs Winery; Trout Gulch Vineyards; Vino Tabi; Wargin Wines.

Location : Surf City Vintners (multiple winery locations nearby)
Contact : Lois Sones surfcityvintners.com
Each winery's tasting fee/policy applies - most $5-$10 (often waived with purchase); on this day bring a donation of food for a free tasting; art fair is free

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