Tag: Bay Area wine.

Livermore Valley Celebrates Their 30th Harvest Festival

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With harvest around the corner, there are many wine tasting events to look forward to.
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Guest post: The 5 Counter-Intuitive Signs Your Event Is Cool

I am often asked to describe my “coolest event ever,” and I tend to pause a bit too long in response. “Cool” is an ethereal, ephemeral concept, making it tricky to duplicate. For example, “eco-chic” elements may have been mesmerizing when revealed for the first time, but they can become hackneyed with insincere or sloppy emulation.
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Grape gatherings galore: Your guide to October wine events

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Here in the Bay Area, one of the best things about fall is the veritable crush of amazing wine events. Tastings in town, festivals in the vineyards… One of these years we swear they’re going to run out of grapes. Thankfully, that hasn’t happened yet. And it’s not just Northern California that has excellent wine events this month.
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Q & A: Sipping success with Wine & Spirits' Top 100 Event

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Recently we had the opportunity to catch up with Siu Ki Wan, Events Director and Marketing Manager for Wine & Spirits Magazine. Siu Ki runs Wine & Spirits’ yearly Top 100 Event, a tasting extravaganza for wine lovers held here in San Francisco (this year’s edition is on Wednesday, 10/13 at the Galleria at the SF Design Center). She graciously shared her expertise on planning and promoting a major food and wine event.
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Taste this: 5 tips from BriteSF's foodie event

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On Wednesday, Eventbrite San Francisco (@BriteSF) hosted an event for foodies at Terroir Natural Wine Merchant. Called An Evening with Food Heroes, the gathering featured an open wine bar and samplings from 8 Bay Area culinary artisans, who shared their product and their story. It was a successful event and everyone had a great time, so I wanted to feature my 5 top tips in planning an event like this.
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