SPOILER ALERT: Spoiled to Perfection™ Web Series to Unveil “Spoiled to Perfection Experience” at Santa Rosa Farm to Fermentation Festival August 27

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The Spoiled to Perfection Experience will highlight the web series’ first season, which wrapped up earlier this month. In addition, the series’ host and renowned winemaker Garrett Martin will be on hand to meet fans, sign autographs, share tips, and promote “The ABC’s of Pickling, Fermentation and Other Food Alchemy”: the first-ever fermentation coloring book.

Spoiled to Perfection takes viewers on a tour through California’s one-of-a-kind Sonoma County on an adventure to unlock the magic behind pickling, fermentation, and the art of culinary alchemy.

Spoiled to Perfection takes viewers on a tour through California’s one-of-a-kind Sonoma County on an adventure to unlock the magic behind pickling, fermentation, and the art of culinary alchemy.

We couldn’t be more thrilled with season one, and we’re looking forward to meeting our fans in Santa Rosa in a couple of weeks!

Spoiled to Perfection, the world’s first and only series dedicated to unlocking the magic behind pickling, fermentation, and the art of culinary alchemy in Sonoma County, announced today that it will be unveiling the “Spoiled to Perfection Experience” at the Santa Rosa Farm to Fermentation Festival, which will take place on Saturday August 27, 2016 at the Finley Center in Santa Rosa, CA.

The Spoiled to Perfection Experience will highlight the web series’ first season, which wrapped up earlier this month. All six episodes are available for on-demand viewing on the series’ website and YouTube channel.

In addition, the series’ host and renowned winemaker Garrett Martin will be on hand to meet fans, sign autographs, share tips, and promote “The ABC’s of Pickling, Fermentation and Other Food Alchemy”: the first-ever fermentation coloring book, which has been commissioned and designed specially for the festival.

“When we launched Spoiled to Perfection last August, we had high expectations, because we know how passionate people are about fermenting, pickling, curing, spicing, salting, curdling, and more,” commented the series’ Producer and Director Steve Rustad. “However, the response we continue to receive from people across the world -- including laypeople who enjoy practicing the art of culinary alchemy in their kitchens, as well as master professionals who work at the highest levels in their fields -- has been truly spectacular. We couldn’t be more thrilled with season one, and we’re looking forward to meeting our fans in Santa Rosa in a couple of weeks!”

In a related announcement, Spoiled to Perfection’s sponsor Bubbies of San Francisco, also noted that it is a principal sponsor of this year’s Santa Rosa Farm to Fermentation Festival. Matt Gray, the son of Bubbies’ founder John Gray, will be handing out samples of the country’s most popular naturally-fermented Kosher Dill Pickles and Sauerkraut.

Also making a special appearance on behalf of the Bubbies team will be the Bubbiemobile: a one-of-a-kind 1953 Chevy Sedan Delivery Wagon that has been magnificently restored and meticulously customized, right down to the signature green paint, world-famous Bubbies logo emblazoned across the side, and majestic Chevy 383ci Stroker engine.

As noted, all six episodes of Spoiled to Perfection’s first season are now available on the series’ website, and via its YouTube channel.

For more information on Spoiled to Perfection, including interview requests and media inquiries, contact Stephen Rustad at (707) 664-5056, steve(at)rustadmarketing(dot)com, or via the Spoiled to Perfection website.

For additional information on the Santa Rosa Farm to Fermentation Festival, visit http://www.farmtofermentation.com.

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