Set your calendars and prepare for all things wine and beer at the 2019 LAWineFest in Long Beach on June 1 and 2. This will be the 14th Annual LAWineFest, however being held for the first time in the heart of downtown Long Beach at the historic Pike Outlets on the waterfront at 95 S. Pine Avenue.
The LAWineFest, created by wine authority and educator Dr. Joel M. Fisher, is now in its 14th year of delivering a unique tasting opportunity in a relaxed, fun setting, plus offering main stage educational programs from award winning winemakers, chefs, brewmasters, and more. Offering award-winning wines from around the globe, including those from boutique wineries, an assortment of craft brews, shopping in artisan boutiques, live music, and more – guests will have a first-class ticket to a great weekend. After a few hours of sipping, savoring and strolling, take a break and enjoy lobster rolls, brats, sliders, BBQ, ice cream and more from an array of food trucks and booths (separate purchase).
Each year, LAWineFest donates a portion of the event proceeds to a worthy non-profit organization. This year’s charity is The Long Beach Public Library Foundation, an independent, nonprofit organization that invites supporters of literacy and education to invest in the city’s 12 public libraries.
Admission to the 2019 LAWineFest includes a souvenir glass, unlimited wine and craft brew tastings, bottled water, coffee, and bread. Tickets retail for $100 for General Admission and $125 for All Access (which also includes admission to the Boutique Gardens with 15-20 wineries offering tastes from limited production). Designated drivers are appreciated, and their tickets cost only $20.
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