Del Mar CA— With more than 60 wineries represented and greater than 75 award-winning competition wines to taste during the 4th Annual The Toast of the Coast Wine Festival on Saturday, June 13, it is the perfect opportunity to meet wine lovers and industry professionals at the 2015 San Diego County Fair presented by Albertsons/VONS.
Approved vendors will share space with all fairgoers throughout the beautiful Paul Ecke, Jr. Garden Show, presented by Think Blue, and thousands of attendees as they partake in the vintage varietal goodness. For a $400 fee, vendors will receive a 10’ x 10’ booth, a table and two chairs to promote and sell their wine-related merchandise. In addition, each vendor will receive six vendor passes valid for San Diego County Fair admission, plus a parking pass, vendor listing, photo and link on the Fair’s website and promotion through its social media channels. Booths must be staffed for both festival sessions; from noon to 3 p.m. and 4 to 7 p.m. Space will be limited and will sell out, so apply now. Applications are available at www.thetoastofthecoast.com and the deadline is May 15.
Celebrate wine making, and one of the fastest growing industries in San Diego County by uncorking the fun and attending The Toast of the Coast Wine Festival on Saturday, June 13.
Save $10 (on the prices listed below) by purchasing your tickets now through April 10.
VIP Winemakers’ Tasting: $90 (includes Fair admission); $80 (without Fair admission). Start your winetasting journey with a sparkling wine reception 30 minutes prior to general admission festivalgoers. During the 90-minute VIP experience you’ll be treated to award-winning wines and food with the winemakers and chefs on hand to discuss the pairings. Afterward, taste more than 110 of the best-of-the-best wines in as many 1-oz. pours as you wish to try during the festival’s three-hour session. Fair Tripper: $94 for Winemaker’s VIP experience and its associated amenities; $66 for General Admission (includes Festival admission, Fair admission, and round-trip transportation on the COASTER, SPRINTER and BREEZE). Let NCTD be your designated driver before and after the festival and avoid the traffic and parking fee. General Admission: $62 (includes Fair admission); $48 (without Fair admission); Enjoy more than 110 of the best-of-the-best wines in as many 1-oz. pours as you wish to try. For more information visit www.thetoastofthecoast.com.
About the San Diego County Fair
The theme for the 2015 San Diego County Fair, presented by Albertsons/VONS is “A Fair to Remember, A Celebration of World’s Fairs and Balboa Park,” and commemorates the centennial anniversary of the 1915 Panama – California Exposition held in Balboa Park. The theme unites the largest event in San Diego County, and fourth-largest Fair in North America; with a national historic landmark and San Diego treasure known as Balboa Park. World’s Fairs have long been a platform for education, culture, technology, food and new inventions. What do the bicycle, telephone, ice cream cone, mustard, air conditioning and the Ford Mustang all have in common? They were all introduced at a World’s Fair! The Fair will also demonstrate how agriculture was, and still is, the core of all Fairs and Expositions. The Summer starts here with food, fun and frolic at the 2015 San Diego County Fair!
The Fair will run for 25 days, from Friday, June 5 at 4 p.m. through Sunday, July 5, 2015 and will be closed on Mondays and the first two Tuesdays. The San Diego County Fair is the largest annual event in San Diego County and one of the top 10 Fairs in the United States and Canada, drawing more than 1.4 million visitors annually. Admission is $15 for adults; $8 for ages 6-12, and 62 and older; free for ages 5 and younger. For more information visit www.sdfair.com .
Get the Best Pass Ever season pass for $25 at the Fairgrounds Box Office and online at: www.sdfair.com/bestpassever.
About the 22nd DAA
The 22nd District Agricultural Association is a State of California agency that owns and operates the Del Mar Fairgrounds, Surfside Race Place, Horsepark Equestrian Center and the Del Mar Golf Center. The 22nd DAA produces three events each year: The San Diego County Fair, the Del Mar National Horse Show and The Scream Zone. The Fairgrounds hosts more than 350 events annually, the largest of which is the live horse racing meet each summer and fall, which is operated by the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club for the 22nd DAA and the State of California. For more information on the Del Mar Fairgrounds, visit, www.delmarfairgounds.com.