Bodega Seafood Art & Wine Festival

The Bodega Seafood, Art & Wine Festival is a wonderful, wild party held on a rural ranch, a few miles inland from the stunning Sonoma coast. This festival showcases regional and national fine artists and craftspeople, combined with lots of delicious food, a rollicking wine, cider and microbrew tasting, fun kids’ activities, and three stages of excellent entertainment.

A portion of the proceeds go to two wonderful non-profits; Stewards of the Coast & Redwoods and the Bodega Volunteer Fire Department.

August 25th & 26th, 2018
Watts Ranch: 16855 Bodega Highway Bodega, CA 94922

10-6 Sat, 10- 5 Sun

adults: $15 in advance/$20 at the gate
seniors (60+) and military: $10 in advance / $15 at the gate
ages 12-18: $8 in advance / $10 at the gate
under 12 free

August 25 and 26 the festival is gonna rock with a killer tasting! It's coming together beautifully and as mentioned in a previous post, we have a ton of new breweries this year!!! We have a matching amount of wineries to breweries and cider makers. This has never happened at the festival.

Right now we have 40 companies signed up, and more will come in as we get closer. New companies include: Mutt Lynch Winery, Flint & Steel Wines, and Longboard, as well as the previous years' additions of Raeburn, Pellegrini and Balverne. Pope Valley is back with us, as is Frey Vineyards, both of whom had to deal with fire this past year and the year before. New breweries and cider makers include....2 Tread, Big Sky, Booch Craft (alcoholic kombucha!), Drakes, Old Possum, Seismic and Ace Cider is back with us after a long absence.

You can also buy wine at the festival! This is a great opportunity to pick up bottles to take home of great wines you enjoy!

Advance tickets are available via their website until the night before the festival...There's a special combo entry and tasting ticket that's only available online: $30 for both ($40 value)! So save $10 and come have a great time at the festival trying all these new, fantastic wines, beers and ciders!