The EventTerRA d'oro winery Sept 12, 2020 11 AM - 4PM
The fate of the 2020 Barbera Festival is still in flux. We are waiting for additional information and guidance from state and local authorities as to how or if we can proceed. Regardless, there will be some sort of celebration of Barbera and other Italian wines over the weekend of September 12-13 as long as we are permitted to do so, but the final structure is yet to be determined. We look forward to celebrating our local award-winning wines with loyal Amador Wine Country enthusiasts soon!
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Join us for the 2020 Barbera Festival
Sample Barbera From Over 60 Wineries
Sample delicious Barberas from over 60 unique wineries, hailing from different regions. Visit our sponsor wineries to try additional dinstinct Italian varietals.
Taste the Terroir
Visit with each winery to learn how they can create multiple Barberas, each with a unique flavor (estate, varietal blends, different vineyard culminations) or begin to understand what makes each winery’s Barbera different from each other.
Choose From 5 Caterers
Sample delicious food from 5 hand-selected caterers who have designed their menus to pair perfectly with Barbera.
*Food/wines by the glass/beer/non-alcoholic beverages available for purchase.
Skip the Ticket Line
Purchase the Wine & Dine Package and avoid waiting in the ticket line. Food prices range from $8-12 (dependent on portion size).
With the Wine & Dine Package, you’ll receive $16 in Barbera Bucks (food/drink script).
Visit With Local Chefs
Chat with local chefs preparing your perfectly paired meal. See how they choose their ingredients to compliment Barbera’s classic characteristics.
Sip Barbera while you peruse local craft vendors with hand crafted jewelry, creative home decor, classic hats and more.
Come visit rescued raptors, DIY flower crowns and don’t miss out on the chance to take a selfie with friends at the fun photobooth.
Visit with winemakers to discuss the terroir and process that sets their Barbera apart from others.
Dedicated to his work with the Spanish Guitar, his eclectic style speaks of World Music; music that combines sounds and rhythms from all over the world, especially from Spain and South America.
Patrick Walsh brings a fresh sound from the world of no genres. Born and raised in the gold rush towns of Northern California he often incorporates local history and experiences into his songs.
Jasmine Bailey is a singer/songwriter known for her soulful, eclectic sound. Fresh off a national tour with over 15 dates, and a freshly released single, the Auburn-raised singer will be playing a mix of original music, jazz, r&b & folk covers..