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Celebration of Harvest

By: admin / 30 Aug 2017
Celebration of harvest

A superior wine region with breathtaking views of the American Riviera — what could be better?

Labor Day Weekend may mark the end of summer, but around here, we don't mind. The best way to welcome the change of season is by celebrating the grape harvest and indulging in a food and wine experience like no other.

Attend the Santa Barbara Celebration of Harvest A four day harvest celebration in Santa Barbara Wine Country featuring the Taste of Santa Barbara, wine dinners, vineyard excursions, winery open houses, and the Harvest Experience Passport.

Red wine poured at dinner table

Vineyard aerial

Take a Cooking Class with Market Forays. Created by Laurence Hauben, Market Forays offers more than cooking classes. It opens a window into a more gracious, relaxed, and happier way of life. Sharing the bounty of local, seasonal foods is just the beginning.

Dine at The Lark, Loquita, or Bouchon. The essential foodie restaurants – all of your senses will be awakened and pleased by the creative pairings, wide selection of small and large plates, and exquisite wine lists.

tapas plated over bright spanish tile

Visit the Santa Barbara Fermentation Festival One of the most unique of all Santa Barbara festivals, learn about the flavor and health benefits of fermentation. Taste from a number of local vendors and partake in hands-on learning experiences.

The perfect pairing for your Santa Barbara Food + Wine experience is our Brisas Del Mar, Inn at the Beach. With complimentary wine from Santa Barbara Winery each afternoon, you won't have to go far to delight in the local flavors. Just in case you do want to venture out, you can hop on one of our complimentary bikes to cruise down to the funk zone where you can explore local wineries and tasting rooms.

Ready to elevate your taste buds and enjoy the world-class Santa Barbara wine region? Book here.

Group of people enjoying wine under gazebo

Exterior of the Brisas at sunset

Picture Credit: Image 1 – Blake Bronstad via Visit Santa Barbara, Image 2 – Jay Sinclair via Visit Santa Barbara, Image 3 – Via Loquita Website