Spring Wine & Cooking Festival


Zoom information for Saturday,
April 10th Spring Wine and Cooking Festival

by Community Conscience.
 Join Zoom Meeting:

Meeting ID: 937 9635 0077
Passcode: 536333

Enjoy an evening with Community Conscience at our Spring Wine and Cooking Festival on Saturday, April 10, at 6:00 pm.  Zoom with us at our free, fun-filled, at-home celebration.  Learn about food and wine pairings from an executive chef and a sommelier, laugh with a comedian you will remember, listen to a professional pianist and bass combo, hear how spirits, those in bottles, are created, and join a sunset tour of Bouchaine Winery at the southern tip of Napa Valley.

Chef Marty Slavin, a graduate of the French Culinary Institute, will cook two appetizers and an entrée simple enough for viewers to replicate, but with unique touches viewers can use to impress their guests.  Sommelier Marjia Jovanovic, certified by The Wine and Spirit Education Trust, joins Chef Marty to explain pairings of wine with gourmet food.

Jason Love, who has entertained audiences from coast to coast, enriches our evening with smiles and out-loud laughter.  Jason has appeared on HBO, Comedy Central, America’s Got Talent, and Dry Bar Comedy.  

Interspersed throughout the evening fare will be light jazz and Gershwin tunes performed by a professional combo of piano and bass from a San Francisco nightspot.

Capping the evening is a double treat from Bouchaine Winery:  a sunset tour of its grounds and operations and a presentation of how wines and spirits are seasoned and aged to appeal to different tastes.

Viewers can support Community Conscience in two ways: become a sponsor for the event or place bids at the Silent Auction.  Interested sponsors should contact Robin Britt, Executive Director of Community Conscience.  Bidding at the Silent Auction will begin on March 29th and end on April 12, 2021.

UNION BANK - Platinum Sponsor

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