The ticket allows entrance into Sunday's Grand Tasting Village from 3 to 6 p.m. -- which is perfect for those of us who plan on partying a little too late on Saturday night.
If you've never been to the GTV before trust us -- this is plenty of time in which to experience a lot of good wine, good food, and celebrity sightings.
In fact, the Sunday afternoon lineup of celebrities scheduled for Sunday
afternoon are pretty great and include Robert Irvine; Trisha Yearwood;
Jose Andres; Geoffrey Zakarian; and Sunny Anderson. Plus, Guy Fieri will
close out this year's festival again in a high-energy performance full
of surprises (last year the Food Network star made cocktails for the
entire crowd in a giant blender). That's a lot of star power packed into
a few hours.
Drink and eat at the "tents" until 5 p.m. where
you'll find over 30 different restaurants and literally hundreds of
vineyards serving you gourmet bites and fine wines. When you're done
eating your way through the festival, be sure to vote for your favorite
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treat. The winning restaurant gets the Short Order Best Bite on the Beach award -- and there are prizes and fun in store for you, too.
Tickets are $125 (a $100 savings over the $225 Grand Tasting Village all-day ticket) and are on sale now.