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Kamilla Nosovitskaya is a graduate of the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising and the University of San Francisco. During her time at USF, she was a staff writer for the university newspaper, The Foghorn, and her content was published weekly in the news and style sections. After graduating, Nosovitskaya went on to becoming a contributing writer for multiple online publications including HauteTalk.com and Clubplanet.com. She also recently started her own blog, iheartfashion.blog.com. She currently serves as Content Marketing Evangelist at TDA Group, an award-winning content marketing solutions agency in Mountain View, Ca. Having grown up in the SF Bay Area, she enjoys yoga, hiking, checking out new restaurants, going to events and shows, and sharing the inside scoop of what the city has to offer with others.

San Francisco Vintners Market

(Photo Credit: Notebook Wine Company)

(Photo Credit: Notebook Wine Company)

Looking to try some new wines? Then make sure to mark your calendars for San Francisco Vintners Market spring wine in the city event. The first and only wine tasting and buying event.

This year’s event will include wine selections from up to 200 wineries from Napa Valley, Paso Robles, Russian River Valley, Sonoma County, Mendocino, Santa Barbara,  San Luis Obispo and many others, as well as imported wine selections from around the world.

(Photo Credit: SF Vintners Market)

(Photo Credit: SF Vintners Market)


This farmer’s market for wine event in the bay area eliminates the hassle of trying to remember what you tasted and where to buy it, by letting you explore, taste, and purchase on the spot. Wines not only range in all price points, but patrons will get to try and purchase wines from new releases to end-of-vintage selections.

 

(Photo Credit: Notebook Wine Company)

(Photo Credit: Notebook Wine Company)

SF Vintner’s Market is also partnering with One Brick, a non-profit service organization in 12 U.S. cities that brings volunteers together to support over 1,600 other non-profit organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, American Heart Association, Greater Chicago Food Depository, and San Francisco Food Bank. According to One Brick, “We create a unique, social and flexible volunteer environment for those interested in making a concrete difference in the community. We enable people to get involved, have an impact and have fun, without the requirements of individual long-term commitments.”

So grab your friends and your taste buds for a fun day of wine, food, music, and what undoubtedly looks to be a great day in the bay.

For a full listing of wineries attending this year’s event, click here.

WHEN:  April 12-13, 2014, 1-4 p.m.

WHERE:
Fort Mason Center, Festival Pavilion
Marina Blvd and Buchanan St.,
San Francisco, CA 94123
Ph. 415-596-1191

TICKETS: Please click here to purchase tickets.

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