Ventura County Winery Association Announces "Valentine ‘n Wine" Passport Event

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This Valentine’s Day weekend, the wineries of the Ventura County Winery Association invite guests to sample a tasting flight at each of their wineries over the course of four days for one wallet-friendly price. A $110 value for just $45, a Valentine ‘n Wine passport is the ideal way to spend a relaxing weekend sampling the best of Ventura County wines while enjoying the beautiful coastline.

Ventura County’s wineries will offer a $45 three-day passport to enjoy tasting flights at eight different tasting rooms; valid February 14-17.

This Valentine’s Day weekend, lovers of wine and otherwise are invited to escape to Ventura County’s wine country with a four-day passport to explore up to a dozen wineries spanning Camarillo to Ventura. Just $45 per person, the "Valentine ‘n Wine" passport is the ideal treat for couples, friends and family members looking to share a fun weekend discovering award-winning wines close to home.
Valentine ‘n Wine Passport Details
●      Includes one full tasting flight at each participating winery
●      Valid Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday; February 14-17, 2014
●      8 wineries to visit; visit for map, winery list, and hours
●      Tickets are $45 per person; visit to purchase online or at participating locations.

For more information about Valentine ‘n Wine or the Ventura County Winery Association, email us at info(at)fourbrixwine(dot)com or call (805) 256-6006.
About the Ventura County Winery Association

The Ventura County Winery Association (VCWA) consists of wineries producing stellar wines in a casual, urban setting. All member wineries feature a tasting bar that is open to the public, and most have on-site production facilities. Visitors can sample dozens of wines in a variety of styles, including whites, rosés, reds, and dessert wines. Vineyards sources include off-site vineyards in Ventura County and throughout California’s top wine-growing regions. Production size varies among wineries, ranging from less than 1000 cases annually to more than 200,000; most are boutique wineries, producing between 1,500 and 5,000 cases. VCWA is closely aligned with Ventura County’s agricultural community, supporting local farmers, artisans, and businesses.

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Four Brix Winery
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