Welcome to the 1st Annual OCWineFest!
We’re sure you have questions. Well, you’ve come to the right place.
The OCWineFest brings wines and brews from around the world to your doorstep in a fun, relaxed environment. (Yes, we’re the WineFest. But turns out even wine lovers need a break to sip something else new and noteworthy too.) The Fest also serves up boutiques to browse, artisan merchandise to buy and more!
We’re excited to bring the Winefest to Orange County! We’ll be at the very cool A STONES THROW WINERY, 29943 Camino Capistrano San Juan Capistrano.
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To explore the exciting world of wine – along with some seriously artisan brews – in a great setting that is all about you finding what you like. Forget the rules! Even better, your good time is a good deed. The 1st Annual OCWineFest is proud to benefit a charity every year. Details coming soon!
Saturday – November 4, 2017, 1-5pm • Sunday – November 5, 2017, 12-4pm
Saturday – November 4, 2017
Sunday – November 5, 2017
Frequently Asked Questions
We do need a limited number of volunteers to work on both Saturday and Sunday. We also are looking for a few volunteer sommeliers to help the wineries out. A full shift gets you free admission for that day. If you are interested, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You get a glass to keep, which means unlimited wine and beer sampling. (For those new to wine tasting, these are tasting-sized pours so you get to try a lot of different wines safely.) Water, coffee, and sample nibbles. All the fascinating main-stage presentations. A DJ spinning to add to the vibe. Please note that food and boutique products are for sale once inside the event.
You pretty much have the exact same Fest experience as your friends, except you do not receive a tasting glass nor do you get a wristband that enables you to drink alcoholic beverages. If you are caught drinking out of a friend’s glass, security will escort you out of the event and your money will not be refunded.
YES! Most wineries will be selling from their websites, and many will be offering special deals just for Fest attendees. Wines are not legally allowed to be sold on-premise, and security guards will confiscate any bottles being walked out of the Fest. Sorry – those are the laws.