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This weekend, September 4 at 12:00 PM until September 5 at 5:00 PM is Livermore’s 35th annual Harvest Wine Celebration. Each Sunday on the Labor Day weekend, the Livermore Valley wineries celebrate the crash season and 35 years this year of the Harvest Wine Celebration. Each individual winery will host its own activities, which will include tastings, arts and crafts, music, and more.
On Monday following the festival, participants can enjoy additional tastings at each of the participating wineries.
In order to participate, you need to be a ticket holder so don’t miss out on this exclusive celebration.
Participants must be 21 years or over to consume the wine but all ages are welcome to participate in activities. Tickets include participating winery tours on Sunday and Monday, wine tasting, commemorative Livermore Valley wine glasses, wine discounts and other goodies along the way. You are not required to have a ticket to visit a winery participating in the harvest but it definitely helps in order to get the most out of the experience. There are no complimentary shuttle buses this year so it’s best to get a designated driver for your tour.
Tickets are $45 each and when you make arrangements you start at a certain winery. Tickets are $55 on the day of participation. Tours get 10% discount on ticket purchases of 10 or more.
To buy tickets, view the map and participating wineries visit lvwine.org