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Cork & Barrel: The Fundraiser Wine Lovers Shouldn't Miss

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Each year Cork & Barrel raises money for KIDS Center with a truly special event celebrating food and a select region of wine. This year will showcase 17 wineries from Sonoma County, the region devastated by the extreme fire season last year in California. There are several avenues to take part. You can attend an intimate winemaker dinner, an evening where small bites are paired with wine, or an elegant dinner where you can taste three wines from every winery. The vintner or principal of the wineries will be at the events, so you can get the inside scoop on their grapes. You really don't want to miss this event if you love wine. It's an opportunity to support a great cause and visit an entire wine region without leaving Central Oregon.


Cork & Barrel
July 19-21
corkandbarrel.org

 


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