Tehama Farmers Host Weekend of Food & Wine Tasting

What: Tehama Trail Passport Weekend
When: June 18-19
Where: Tehama County
Cost: $20 advance, $25 after Friday (June 10)

Local farmers will host a weekend of wine tasting and farm-fresh food sampling at the first Tehama Trail Passport Weekend.

The Passport Weekend will be a chance for visitors to tour 17 farms/wineries currently on the Tehama Trail Map. All of the farms will open their doors on Passport weekend, even those who are normally open by appointment only.

Tehama Trail Passport Weekend tickets are $20 per person in advance and $25 after Friday (June 10) and include free tasting at all farms. All proceeds go to benefit the Tehama Trail association to further develop agri-tourism in Tehama County. Tickets can be purchased at all participating farms and at the Tehama County Farm Bureau.

The Tehama Trail Passport Weekend will feature 17 partners: Alger Vineyard, Bianchi Orchards, Burlison Fruit Stand, Cedar Crest Vineyards, Country Haven at the Red Barn, Indian Peak Vineyards, Julia’s Fruit Stand, Lima Huli Lavender, Lucero Olive Oil, Mt. Tehama Winery, New Clairvaux Vineyard, Olive Pit, Olive Hut, Pacific Sun Olive Oil, Ringtail Vineyards, Rolling Hills Casino, and Shasta Daisy Vineyard.

The Tehama Trail also highlights local tourist attractions, historic landmarks, and local shopping. The map is easy to navigate and user friendly.

For more information about the Tehama Trail and passport weekend, visit tehamatrail.com or call (530) 527-7882.

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1 Response

  1. Avatar Sil Dogudd says:

    I hope this event uses shuttles. There's just something wrong with Lord knows how many people driving all over tarnation sampling wine!