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February 06, 2013
West of West Wine Festival Takes Their Show on the Road
West of West (WOW) Wine Festival takes their show on the road to New York City on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013 Tickets Available Now for this "one of kind" tasting at City Winery with a stellar line up of renowned Pinot Noirs, Syrahs and Chardonnays from the West Sonoma Coast Vintners.

WOW Wine Festival travels with their impressive line-up of vintners to NYC’s City Winery for an all-star tasting of the finest wines from West Sonoma Coast. This is the one event where you can taste these hard-to-find gems all sourced and produced from vineyards on the coastline of Sonoma County.

The event line up is as follows and is open to media/trade and consumers:

VIP Seminar (11 – 12 p.m.)
An in-depth overview of the unique sub appellations of the West Sonoma Coast: Annapolis, Fort Ross/Seaview, Occidental, Freestone, Green Valley and the Sebastopol Hills. Several of our esteemed vintners will take you through a geographical tour of these regions while tasting through select wines that represent the terroir of each sub-appellation.

The Grand Tasting
Twenty-five WSCV Vintner members will pour wines from the West Sonoma Coast.
- VIP Media and Trade Tasting (12 - 1 p.m.) – please reserve a space at ameliasw@sbcglobal.net
- Trade Grand Tasting (1 - 4 p.m.) No fee but please register at www.westsonomacoast.com/west-of-west-festival/
- Consumer Grand Tasting (6 - 9 p.m.) $100

Tickets available by visiting www.citywinery.com/newyork/tickets.html?p=8

Represented West Sonoma Coast Vintners (WSCV) Members:
32 Winds, Banshee, Boheme, Ceritas, Cobb, Failla, Flowers, Freeman, Gros Ventre, Hartford, Hirsch, Joseph Phelps, LaRue, LIOCO, Littorai, MacPhail, Martinelli, Pahlmeyer, Peay, Ramey, Red Car, Small Vines, Sojourn, Trombe, and Zepaltas.

The West Sonoma Coast Vintners association was formed in 2010 to highlight the distinguished wines crafted from grapes grown on the coastline of Sonoma County. Their sold-out inaugural West of West (WOW) Wine Festival in August 2011 offered both wine lovers and the wine trade an insider taste of some of the most acclaimed coolclimate Pinot Noirs, Chardonnays and Syrahs being created today. In the same spirit, this special tasting is now hosted in NYC as well as the annual Aug. 3 – 4 WOW Wine
Festival.

Please visit www.westofwestwine.com for further details and to purchase tickets visit www.citywinery.com/newyork/tickets.html?p=8.

About the West Sonoma Coast Vintners

The West Sonoma Coast Vintners (WSCV) is a three-year-old association of wineries and growers
who are passionate about farming wine grapes on the coastline of Sonoma County. The West
Sonoma Coast has distinguished itself as one of the world’s leading regions for top quality Pinot
Noir, Syrah and Chardonnay. It contains many distinctive growing areas including Annapolis, Fort
Ross/Seaview, Occidental, Freestone, Green Valley and the Sebastopol Hills. The association is
dedicated to preserving and protecting the history, landscape and culture of the West Sonoma
Coast, and to promoting its wines to the media, trade and public. Please visit
www.westsonomacoast.com for more information.

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