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Passport Weekend at Santa Clara Valley Wineries this weekend

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The Santa Clara Valley wineries are opening their doors to visitors on Saturday and Sunday, March 29-30, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. rain or shine for Spring Passport Weekend.

This is your chance to discover one of California’s oldest wine regions. The same passport you purchase for the Spring Passport Weekend can be used in the fall for the Passport Weekend!

And, since the passport is good for the entire year, you will be enjoying different vintages in the fall than you find in the wineries this month!

The passport costs only $30 and gives you access to events and wines not normally available to visitors. In addition to the souvenir wine glass, you will also enjoy at the various wineries barrel tastings, BBQs, winery tours, antipasti, music and special tastings. Tickets are available at each participating winery or the Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce or the Gilroy Welcome Center.

This is a great chance to sample some fine wines from the following Santa Clara Valley wineries while enjoying food, music and barrel tastings:

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