The largest competition of American wines in the world will feature a wonderful wine and food experience at its annual Public Tasting at the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco.
2018 Guests were welcomed with artisan breads made by the venerable Costeaux French Bakery. Nationally acclaimed for its breads, desserts, and open-air café, Costeaux has been a Healdsburg tradition since 1923.
Hint Water, a proud sponsor of the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. Hint is a delicious and refreshing drink from pure spring water with a splash of natural flavor, without any added sugar, sweeteners or preservatives.
A number of food vendors are also participated at the Public Tasting:
Sonoma Creamery—Deliciously addictive baked cheese snacks.
Kite Hill—Artisan almond milk foods, including yogurts, cheese and pastas.
Kevita Sparkling Water—Pure organic beverages that support you to your highest potential.
Urban Foods—Making snack time healthy with actual real ingredients.
Chirps Chips—Delicious soy, grain and gluten free snacks made from high protein cricket flour. ~ #eatbugs
Lark Ellen Farm—Handcrafted, organic, gluten & grain free foods that your body will love.
Salty Sweet—A dangerously delicious cookie eating experience.
Marlo’s Bakeshop—Wholesome indulgences to satisfy the soul.
Cypress Grove—Award winning artisan cheese from Arcata.
In addition the following Food Trucks will be outside the venue:
Whisk on Wheels—Delicious gourmet burgers, fries and more.
El Tonayense Taco Truck—Authentic, award winning Mexican food and salsas.