Saturday, 04 February 2023

Home winemakers, brewers and vendors urged to sign up now for Winefest

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. — The 20th annual Home Wine & Beer Makers’ Festival, a major fundraiser for the Lake County Symphony Association, takes place from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday, June 11, at Library Park in Lakeport.

Home brewers and garage wine makers throughout Northern California are invited to participate and supply samples of their product to the public. They also have a chance to win a coveted “Peoples’ Choice” award for their home-made beverages, voted on by event attendees.

There is no booth fee for the amateur wine and beer makers, who have until June 4 to complete and return the application to organizers.

Vendors selling arts and crafts, agricultural products and other products also have until June 4 to complete necessary paperwork and get it back in time to participate. Vendor booth fees are $35. Vendors may bring their own shade canopies or rent one for $25.

Interested home wine and beer makers and vendors can go online to https://www.homewinemakersfestival.com for more details and to download an application.

Questions? Send to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Winefest Chairperson Deborah Welch at 818-481-2068.

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