The festival showcased over 100 wines from the Sierra Pelona Valley and Antelope Valley AVAs and from as far away as Paso Robles. Breweries and tequila producers from Southern California, fine dining restaurants, gourmet food companies, and artists & craftsman from the Santa Clarita area were there with something for everyone. Live entertainment on stage included The Still Moving Project, Just Us, and Sierra Highway.
The event was well attended by some dedicated and hearty patrons willing to brave the unusually cool and (later in the day) rainy spring weather. Robert Reyes, artist, owner and wine maker at Reyes Winery was on the job again, as every year, ensuring that the event went very well.
I enjoyed the third annual wine festival this year and was glad to see some new wineries pouring their wines. As usual, the food was fantastic and there was plenty of it! I especially liked the set played by The Still Moving Project.
|The Still Moving Project|
|The "corrected" version in 2014.|
|Listed right above "The Clarita Santa Signal Valley" in 2015.|
|Photo by Lee Williams|