Wine Stroll Saturday
by TP staff
Sep 27, 2013 | 2231 views | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Wines from local and regional wineries will be poured in downtown Tracy on Saturday night, Sept. 28, for the 25th annual Downtown Tracy Wine Stroll.

Wine-sampling and food-tasting activities on Central Avenue and 10th Street will begin at 6 p.m. and continue to 9 p.m.

Ticket booths, where Wine Stroll wine glasses will be distributed, will be open at 5:30 p.m. at three locations: Sixth Street and Central Avenue, 10th Street and Central Avenue and 10th and A streets.

Tickets are $25 for presale and $30 the day of the event.

Lauren Pettipiece, of the sponsoring Tracy City Center Association, said a variety of wines will be available for tasting at 23 businesses and in tents operated by BevMo and Vino 100.

“We have a wide selection of red, white and sparkling wines and port,” Pettipiece said. “The wines will come from three local wineries — Windmill Ridge, Ramon Rios and La Bonne Vie — and from wineries in Livermore, Manteca, Lodi and other regional areas.”

Wine stroll participants can carry their glasses between tasting locations.

Downtown businesses taking part in the Wine Stroll will offer hors d’oeuvres along with wine.

“The wine stroll has become a Tracy tradition over the last 25 years, so this is an anniversary this year,” Pettipiece said. “The weather will be mild, so it should be a great evening.”

Tickets can be obtained from the Grand Theatre box office website,, or directly at downtown businesses Elaines’ Boutique, 2nd Avenue, Hair Illusions, The Salon + Spa — A Paul Mitchell Experience, Versailles Salon and Day Spa, My Best Friend’s Closet and Mia Bella’s Boutique.

Call the Tracy City Center Association,597-0073, for more information.

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