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Arrive at Awesome! San Diego Bay Wine + Food Festival Returns, November 11-18!

Southern California’s largest wine and food festival features more than 40 events




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Arrive at Awesome, the 15th Annual San Diego Bay Wine + Food Festival returns, November 11-18! Sailboats and sandy beaches serve as the backdrop to one of the country’s most talked about weeks in food. Southern California’s largest and most awesome wine and food festival features dozens of events, hundreds of domestic and international wineries, the celebration of craft beer and spirits, local culinary legends and nationally recognized celebrities.

More than 40 events are held throughout the city, including the Grand Decant wine tasting on Friday, November 16, the Grand Tasting held on the stunning Embarcadero on Saturday, November 17, and the Taco TKO showdown on Sunday, November 18.

Tickets and schedule available at www.sandiegowineclassic.com.

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