The Wines of Baja
THE WINES OF BAJA
A GALLERY TALK & TASTING
Saturday, February 2
Pacific Food & Beverage Museum
731 S. Pacific Ave., San Pedro, CA 90731
Valle de Guadalupe, a close-to-home, south-of-the-border, and under-the-radar wine region in Baja California, is just a three-hour drive from Los Angeles. And although it’s over two centuries old, Mexico’s leading wine region is considered emergent. It produces a range of fine wines from a wide variety of red and white grapes, including Chasselas, Chenin Blanc, Grenache, Malbec, Nebbiolo, Sangiovese, Viognier, and Zinfandel, as well as the native Mission and exotic Rosa de Perú. On Saturday, February 2, visit LA’s Pacific Food & Beverage Museum, taste some of the region’s finest wines, and learn about winemaking in Mexico from Stacie Hunt, a certified sommelier, wine writer, and author of Zinfandel: Beginners Guide to Wine.
During the program, enjoy fresh fare from Melissa’s Produce.
Admission is Free with RSVP!