Sip and savor at the Lake Tahoe Autumn Food and Wine Festival - September 8-9
September 08, 2012
The Village at Northstar will host an exciting weekend of culinary delights as Lake Tahoe celebrates the 27th Annual Lake Tahoe Autumn Food & Wine Festival. This eight-day celebration features culinary competitions, cooking displays, wine and beer pairings as well as a host of other events. There is something for everyone!
The festivities are brilliantly described on the official website:
A week long celebration of the senses.
Every now and then, life conspires for a moment of near perfection. Around here, we define that as blue skies, fine wine, the amazing creations of renowned chefs and the first traces of autumn. This year’s event kicks off on Labor Day weekend and continues all week throughout North Lake Tahoe, including Tahoe City, Squaw Valley, Kings Beach, and the West Shore. A grape stomp, classes, tastings, music, art, wine, and a grand finale featuring a Culinary Competition and Grand Tasting at Northstar California Resort ensure moments of absolute bliss. Make plans for this eight-day spectacular today.
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