Explore the "Future of Food " and enjoy an outdoor, festival-style, walk-around food and wine tasting showcasing the delicious Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs of Green Valley. Keynote speaker California Secretary of Agriculture Karen Ross. Live music. National Geographic exhibit of food photography from around the globe.
Eat, drink and be green with eight Green Valley Wineries: DeLoach Vineyards, Dutton-Goldfield Winery, Freeman Vineyard and Winery, Hartford Family Winery, Iron Horse Vineyards, Lynmar Estate, Marimar Estate, Rubin Family of wines and acclaimed San Francisco Chef Traci Des Jardins serving the “Impossible Burger”, made entirely from plants, served it at the Paris Climate Change Conference as tartare.
Ronstadt Generations will perform live, honoring the family’s musical traditions with the Southwestern and Mexican songs of their heritage blended with original material. Special guest: Linda Ronstadt.
Imperfect Produce is providing a beautiful display of “ugly” produce as crudités.
We have enlisted Copia, a mobile app that helps businesses and events connect excess edible food to feed communities in need, instantly.
$65 General Admission ($55 for wine club members) – limited to 200 guests for lunch, wine tasting, keynote and live music.
$250 VIP Reception - one hour meet and greet from 12 noon to 1pm, with bubbles and sustainably farmed California caviar at the home of Iron Horse Founders Audrey and Barry Sterling, limited to 100 guests, who then join the Main Event for lunch, wine tasting, keynote and live music.
Net proceeds to benefit Sustainable Conservation, a non-profit organization uniting people to solve California's toughest environmental challenges chosen by Secretary Ross to be the beneficiary.
Where better to celebrate Earth Day than Green Valley?