Event – 4th Annual Gastrovino Food and Wine Festival – April 24 – 26, 2015

March 15, 2015 by  
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Gastrovino returns April 24 -26, 2015, luring gourmands and oenophiles to the charming artists’ colony and pueblo magico of Todos Santos for a weekend festival celebrating local culture and cuisine, as well as Baja wines from Valle de Guadalupe. Organized annually by the owners of the wine and olive oil boutique La Bodega de Todos Santos, highlights at the 4th annual fete are expected to include a pairing dinner at the historic Hotel California, as well as the main event at the town’s plaza principal, with food, wine, live music, and a silent auction to benefit local programs for children. Tickets are available at La Bodega de Todos Santos and Libreria El Tecolote in Todos Santos; Got Baja in La Paz; and Wine Market and Galeria Pez Gordo in Los Cabos.

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