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“We thought it was going to be a small gathering, and we had about 800 people come out,” says Keif Manning of the inaugural event in 2012.
This year, the Mannings will introduce newly released wines during the party. Musical acts Blaine Long and Jeordie (daughter of 1960s pop star Melanie) will provide live entertainment. Chicken wings, sandwiches and other bites will be available for purchase.
Stay over, and you can grab brunch in the vineyard starting at 11 a.m. the next day. A Sunday omelet bar offers cooked-to-order two-egg omelets with a variety of toppings from local food purveyors. The $8 fee includes a pastry and fresh fruit. [More on next slide ...]
DETAILS >> 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24. Kief-Joshua Vineyards, 370 Elgin Road. Free admission. $8 wine-tasting fee includes a souvenir glass, or bring your own glass and pay $5. (520) 455-5582 or kj-vineyards.com.
Magdalena Bash Harvest and Music Festival
When you’re turning 94 and have a best-selling wine named after you, you deserve a party. That’s what this festival is, really — a lively salute to Magdalena, the grandmother of the winemaking family at Kief-Joshua Vineyards. She’ll sign bottles of her namesake wine — a medium-bodied blend of Petite Sirah and Barbera aged two years in French oak barrels — amid the festivities. [More on next slide ...]
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