Situated at one of the Bay Area’s best kept geographic secrets, Treasure Island represents an opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of urban life only minutes away from San Francisco and Oakland in the middle of the bay. Guests who come to LoCA Uncorked will enjoy a great array of wines and tasty bites while taking in the America’s Cup races in San Francisco Bay, as well as fly overs by the Blue Angels during Fleet Week. Treasure Island is the perfect place to be to enjoy all the offerings that weekend. Attendees will also enjoy live music from the John Brothers Piano Company, a duo well known in the Bay Area for their lively jazz and ragtime shows.
LoCA Uncorked will be housed in Treasure Island’s Pavilion by the Bay and its surrounding property. Tickets are currently on sale at http://www.locauncorked.com and are available for $55 in advance and $65 at the door. Designated driver tickets are $25. Don’t miss the opportunity to meet the passionate vintners and growers behind the wines that make up California’s best kept secret – Lodi Wine Country.
LoCA Uncorked is presented by the California Wine Education Foundation, the Lodi Winegrape Commission and LoCA – The Wines of Lodi California. To learn more about Lodi Wine Country, please visit lodiwine.com or follow Lodi Wine on Facebook and Twitter.
For press information about LoCA Uncorked, please contact media relations representative Katie Hunter at Charles Communications Associates firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-701-9463, or Camron King, Executive Director of LoCA, at 209-367-4727 or email@example.com.
About Lodi Wine Country
Located south of Sacramento and west of the Sierra Nevada, the Lodi wine region features 100,000 vineyard acres that thrive in the classic Mediterranean climate of warm days and cool evenings.
With more than 60 varieties currently being cultivated, Lodi offers a diverse portfolio of wines. While long known as a superior producer of Zinfandel, including many old vine offerings, the area has also been producing award-winning Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Chardonnay. More recently, Lodi has begun producing varietals such as Albariño, Tempranillo, Viognier and Syrah, among many others.
Lodi has been a major winegrape growing region since the 1850’s, and today is farmed by over 750 growers. The region also serves as home to more than 70 boutique wineries specializing in small lot, handmade wines that have garnered major awards at domestic and international wine competitions.
For more information about the LoCA campaign or the Lodi wine region, visit: www.lodiwine.com.