The Napa Sonoma Mexican-American Vintner Association (NSMAVA) will celebrate its fourth Annual Harvest Festival on August 16th, 2014 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Renteria Wines, Brown Ranch Vineyard Napa, CA. This is a rare opportunity to taste wines from Mexican-American Vintners all in on place.
Since 2010, Mexican-American vintners from Napa and Sonoma joint efforts to promote their wines to consumers in the United States and abroad, and to highlight the contributions to the wine industry made by the farm workers from which most of the vintners have come. The organization serves not only as a marketing tool, but it is also a source of motivation and support for future generations of aspiring Mexican-American winemakers and winery professionals.
NSMAVA offers scholarships to deserving Napa and Sonoma County students, accepted to Napa Valley Junior College or Santa Rosa Junior College. The association is proud to consider themselves part of future generations’ success.
Renteria Wines will host the event at the beautiful Brown Ranch Vineyards in 4254 Old Sonoma Road, Carneros. NSMAVA will celebrate its fourth Annual Harvest Festival with wines from Alex Sotelo Cellars, Ceja Vineyards, Delgadillo Cellars, Encanto Vineyards LLC, Honrama Cellars, Justicia Wines LLC, Maldonado Family Vineyards, Mario Bazan Cellars, Marita’s Vineyard, Mi Sueño Winery, Renteria Wines, Robledo Family Winery, and Volcan Cellars.
Treat yourself to wonderful wine, fabulous food pairings from Chef Richard Haake and Winery Chefs, live music from Trio Soleá and silent auction lots filled with limited production wines and winery experiences from participating wineries. Proceeds benefit the Mexican-American Vintners Association scholarship fund.
To purchase advance tickets visit NSMAVA website.