Wine Down Wednesday in Roseville 2017
Roseville, CA- The 2017 Wine Down Wednesdays fun in Downtown Roseville returns this year on April 12 and runs through May 17. This popular event takes place from 5:30 to 7:30 pm this spring with samplings from Placer County Vinters.
Enjoy a glass of wine and tasty treats with friends while listening to live music in Roseville's popular downtown gather spot.
According to the City's website, visitors will "...taste a variety of wines each week from different varietals including the highly floral Viognier to dark-berried Tempranillo and lush Barbera. Other award winning wines include smoky and spiced Syrahs, Petite Sirah and adventurous blends. Cabernet Franc and flavor-intense Zinfandel and dessert wine offerings provide plentiful options for every taste and occasion."
There is a $10 entrance fee which is good for 5, 1oz tasting tickets. You can bring the 2017 seasonal souvenir glass back to each event for an additional 1oz tasting. 5oz pour of wine also available for $5.
This is a fun event and terrific way for wine lovers to break up the work week.
Wednesdays, April 12 - May 17, 2017, 5:30 - 7:30 pm.
Wine Down Wednesday in Roseville
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