Our relatively temperate weather, beautiful wine country scenery, and a multitude of open-air experiences at the town’s various businesses, make Los Olivos an optimal California summer getaway destination – as either a day trip or a weekend jaunt.
LOS OLIVOS, Calif. (PRWEB) May 02, 2018
Los Olivos, CA (http://www.losolivosca.com/), the historic, wine-drenched Santa Ynez Valley town in the heart of Santa Barbara’s wine region, will greet guests with a Sunday, June 3, 2018 event, the town’s first annual “Locals Love” Block Party, during which visitors will be treated to a host of specials and locals-only experiences as a one-day-only warm welcome to summer in wine country.
Wine and beer deals, food vendors, live music and more, will entertain guests at the June 3 event, which runs from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Specials being offered for the day include the likes of complimentary wine tastings, deep discounts on wines by the glass, and Wine Club Member bottle purchase pricing for all guests (at select wine tasting rooms), accompanied by pop-up eats such as taco stands and local food trucks. Live music will resonate through town in the form of DJs, acoustic folk singers and bands, and a town-wide bocce ball tournament is planned at participating wine tasting rooms.
Current, participating “Locals Love” Block Party businesses are as follows; additional participants and their respective event offerings, will be announced as the event nears and will be listed on the Facebook event page (https://www.facebook.com/events/535731706826856/):
Avec Moi Décor
The Bear and Star
Ca' Del Grevino – Los Olivos
Carhartt Vineyard and Winery
Coquelicot Estate Vineyard
Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co. – Los Olivos
Jedlicka's Saddlery – Los Olivos
Larner Vineyard & Winery
Los Olivos General Store
Pedego Electric Bikes – Los Olivos
Refugio Ranch Vineyards
Solminer Wine Company
Stafford’s Famous Chocolates
Wildflower Women Boutique
Zinke Wine Co.
Located just a couple of hours north of Los Angeles, the walkable – and Instagram-able – Santa Ynez Valley town of Los Olivos boasts an abundance of wine tasting options; wine, beer and craft cocktail bars; foodie havens in the town’s restaurants and gourmet culinary counters; art galleries and carefully-curated boutique shopping for clothing, accessories and home décor – both new and vintage; plus, luxury lodging and an equally luxurious spa. Many of the town’s businesses are housed in 100-year-old buildings, which have been meticulously maintained.
“Our relatively temperate weather, beautiful wine country scenery, and a multitude of open-air experiences at the town’s various businesses, make Los Olivos an optimal California summer getaway destination – as either a daytrip or a weekend jaunt,” said Liz Dodder, Executive Director of the Los Olivos Chamber of Commerce.
Los Olivos also hosts other seasonal, family-friendly events: Day in the Country (October 20, 2018; http://www.losolivosca.com/day-in-the-country/) and Olde Fashioned Christmas (December 1, 2018; http://www.losolivosca.com/los-olivos-olde-fashioned-christmas/). Additional information about Los Olivos may be found at LosOlivosCA.com (http://www.losolivosca.com/), including a brief history of the Western town.
For further information about Los Olivos’ June 3 “Locals Love” Block Party, please contact Anna Ferguson-Sparks, Stiletto Marketing, at 1.877.327.2656 or info [at] stilettomarketing [dot] com.
About Los Olivos, CA
Located in the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley, the charming historic town of Los Olivos is a rewarding and relaxing weekend getaway or fun-filled day. Founded in 1887 as a stop on the stagecoach route from Santa Barbara to San Luis Obispo, Los Olivos is noted for its love of the arts, wine tasting opportunities, unique shopping, epicurean restaurants, fun festivals, antiques, recreational landscapes, and friendly residents found throughout the village. Boasting expansive views of Santa Barbara County’s vineyards and horse ranches, Foxen Canyon Wine Trail starts in Los Olivos and stretches north, winding its way through the gorgeous rolling hills of California's Central Coast.