An epic tasting event celebrating Yolo County’s farms, wineries, breweries and restaurants
Davis, Calif. – The inaugural Taste of Yolo festival will take place June 10, 2017 in Central Park in Davis, CA. The festival, organized by Visit Yolo, is an epic tasting event celebrating Yolo County’s farms, wineries, breweries and restaurants. Visitors will be treated to a variety of food, drink and farm fresh products as they make their way through a virtual tour of Yolo County with separate sec ons representing the unique flavors of Davis, Winters, Woodland, West Sacramento, Clarksburg and Capay Valley.
The culinary festival will include live celebrity chef cooking demonstrations featuring products and ingredients from area farms, delicious bites from local farm-to-fork restaurants, and samplings of more than 80 vendors including wine, craft beer, olive oil, honey, artisan cheeses, locally grown produce and more. “This will be the first culinary festival of its kind in Yolo County featuring all Yolo grown products” says Ti any Dozier, PR & Communications Director for Visit Yolo. “We’re bringing together the very best that Yolo County has to o er in one location so visitors can eat and drink their way through the best of Yolo.”
Taste of Yolo aims to deliver an enticing peek at what Yolo County has to o er to weekend visitors and other tourists who appreciate farm to table adventures. “Yolo County growers have been at the forefront of the farm- to-fork movement since its inception. You could even say they have been there long beforehand, given the genera ons of farmers that have worked this incredibly rich land to grow an abundance of culinary products,” says Alan Humason, Executive Director of Visit Yolo. “Taste of Yolo will spotlight many of these producers and give people a ending the event the chance to sample, buy, take home and use the good things we grow here in Yolo County.”
Taste of Yolo will take place from 3pm – 8pm in Davis Central Park on Saturday, June 10, 2017. Early bird tickets go on sale in January and are only $15 for wine and food tasting. Visit www.tasteofyolo.com.
Visit Yolo works to encourage visitation to the communities of Davis, Winters, Woodland, Capay Valley and Clarksburg. They o er a variety of brochures and services at the Visitor Center, 132 E Street, Suite 200, in downtown Davis. For more information, call (530) 297-1900 or visit www.visityolo.com.