Amador’s Biggest Wine Event of the Year, the Big Crush Harvest Wine Fest

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Amador’s signature wine event celebrates 30 years

Plymouth, CA – The Amador Vintners Association has announced the return of its 30th annual الدورة Big Crush Harvest Wine FestivalWhich will take place from Friday 7 October to Sunday 9 October 2022.

The Big Crush Harvest Wine Festival is Amador’s signature wine event centered around celebrating the most exciting time of the year, the harvest. Guests get the chance to watch the harvest as they walk past vineyards filled with tractors and bustling crushing platforms. Guests will also enjoy flights of world-class Amador wines along with small bites, live music or harvest activity at more than 40 wineries in the beautiful Sierra foothills – less than an hour from Sacramento, Stockton, Roseville and Lake Tahoe.

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Over the past 30 years, Big Crush has brought tens of thousands of wine lovers to rediscover Amador Wine Country, one of California’s premier wine trails, and their great wines. The Big Crush Harvest Festival began in 1992 with just 10 wineries, and has now grown to over 40 wineries as the Amador Wine Region continues to gain recognition for its various unique wines and prime Sierra terrain.

Generations of families have proudly harvested Amador’s vineyards since the 19th century and have found this year’s harvest to be one of the most challenging from recent bushfires, staff shortages, to the devastating April frost. This makes Big Crush Fest even more special to wine and they look forward to welcoming the wine community and new friends to enjoy the fruits of their labor, good vibes, good friends and great wine! The party will take place all weekend with grape pies, barrel tastings, punching action, delicious meals, and live music!

Harvest Wine Festival October 7, October 9 2022 in Amador

Tickets, tickets!

Tickets are available online at www.AmadorBigCrush.com Each ticket includes tastings at our wineries, harvest activities, small meals and live music. Tickets start at $50 per person for a day and go up to $90 for a full three-day passport on the weekend. Designated driver tickets are available for $15 per day. Keeping the adventurous spirit alive in this gold rush region, Amador produces over 100 different varieties and guests will be able to sample award-winning Zinfandel, Italian, Rhône and Iberian varieties including Barbera, Sangiovese, Syrah, Grenache, Vermentino, Tempranillo, Aglianico and more So much. Big Crush Harvest Wine Fest is sponsored by the Amador Vintners Association and Harrah’s Northern California.

About the Amador Vintners Association

The Amador Vintners Association is a membership-based organization that represents more than 45 extraordinary brewers who make wine within Amador County AVA. The region’s unique vineyards and a range of unique grape varieties including those from Italy, the French Rhone Valley, the Iberian Peninsula and Zinfandel make it a destination wine region. One of California’s indigenous wine regions and home to the country’s oldest recorded Zinfandel vineyard, the Amador Vintners Association is dedicated to educating consumers and the media about the unique, world-class grounds of this pioneering region and regularly hosts events and tastings to highlight the amazing grounds of Amador County. Learn more through amadorwine.com

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