Both Whole Foods Market and Bristol Farms Market will be attending and pairing foods and wines. In fact, we will have several tables in the area traditionally reserved for the restaurants, where some have asked to be able also to pair wines at their tables. Naturally, we agreed. We love the idea — in fact, we hope that people who attend the Wine Classic will discover new wine varietals that they can purchase from our participating wineries and enjoy with their favorite foods.
Many participating wineries will be offering specially discounted prices to people who attend the Wine Classic and order wines from them at the event.
Why not attend the Wine Classic for a terrific evening of hundreds of wines to sample, foods from many local restaurants and caterers, live music, a silent auction…and discover what you have been missing while you support a very worthy charitable event — College of the Canyon’s instrumental music program.
For more information, please see the website: http://www.scvwineclassic.org/.
I never want to live in a vegetative state, dependent on some machine and fluids from a bottle. If that ever happens, just pull the plug.
She got up, unplugged the computer, and threw out my wine. She’s such a bitch.
Just a quick introduction to the winery and what the production focus will be for the Santa Clarita Valley to enjoy:
A tremendous passion for wine…this is what drives Dragonfly Winery’s Steve Lemley and Nate Hasper to dedicate countless hours producing what they believe are truly extraordinary wines. For years, these two winemakers perfected their craft from home. Now, they are taking their wine-making expertise to the next level, launching the Dragonfly Winery to share their passion with wine lovers everywhere.
Dragonfly Winery is focused on producing very small quantities of ultra premium terrior driven wines. There is no expense spared in finding the highest quality grapes and showcasing small vineyards that offer unique characteristics that would normally be overlooked by larger producing wineries.
Each vintage’s lot has a limited production of 50 cases or less. This philosophy allows them to manage the very complex tasks that are required to make world class wines. They believe in offering a true vision of the vineyard’s terrior paired with a unique winemaking style. The wines are kept in their truest form and free from any blending, fining or filtering.
This year’s releases will be lots of 25 cases or less and will more than likely only be available on the website and for wine club members through shipments. The club is building very fast and given the small amounts of wine that will be available, a waiting list may be made available for the club in the next few months.
Dragonfly is proud to be a part of this great cause and will be pouring some of their upcoming releases at the Wine Classic on May 30th. (Your favorite SCV wine writer will be hovering…)
The web address is http://www.dragonflywineries.com/. The link below will take you straight to the Club Membership page to join if anyone is interested in joining the club before it’s full. http://www.site.dragonflywineries.com/Location.php