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Pinot Days Wine Festival This Weekend

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Tue, Dec 3, 2013 at 11:30 AM

click to enlarge COURTESY PINOT DAYS
  • Courtesy Pinot Days
This weekend, the fifth annual Pinot Days Southern California festival and wine tasting comes to L.A. The event, which is held at the Skirball Cultural Center on Saturday, will showcase 50 winemakers and more than 150 wines. You can see a list of the winemakers involved in Saturday's tasting here.

The festival, which also has dates in New York, Chicago and San Francisco, was started as a way to raise the profile of the pinot noir grape and the wine it produces.

Tickets to Saturday's tasting cost $75 and $120 for a VIP "diversity seminar," which also includes early entry to the grand tasting. But if you enter LAWEEKLY13 in the promo code box when checking out, you'll receive a 33% discount on tickets for Saturday's festivities.

You can read about the event and purchase tickets here.


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