The “Crafted on the Coast” Collaborative Winemaker Dinner

September 29, 2014 by Hannah No Comment

Held at the tucked away treasure of Avila Beach– the Sycamore Mineral Springs Resort and Spa, the Crafted on the Central Coast collaborate winemaker dinner comes to life the evening of November 7th. The exciting event, presented by SLO Wine Country, kicks off the fantastic weekend long celebration that is the “Harvest on the Coast Weekend”.

Carefully crafted by Chef Gregg Wangard, dinner for the night is actually a secret for guests! Wangard’s mystery menu will also include a variety of secret wine pairings, which will feature six local winemakers. There will also be a welcoming patio reception before the dinner, which gives guests the opportunity to sip on a selection of local wines and socialize.

As the evening comes to a close, home becomes just an elevator ride away as the Sycamore Mineral Springs Resort and Spa has teamed up with SLO Wine Country to give you a steal of a deal on their rooms for the night of the event. Exclusively on November 7th, only Sycamore offers attendees the opportunity to partake in their One-Bedroom King Spa Suite, with a Private Balcony Hot Tub and Fireplace for only $269 (the regular price is $369, or a $100 savings). In addition, Sycamore also offers guests the One-Bedroom Queen Spa Suites, with a Private Balcony Hot Tub and Fireplace for only $219 (the regular price is $289, or a $70 savings.)

So what are you waiting for? Get your tickets for the spectacular “Crafted on the Coast” Collaborate Winemaker dinner online at

Make sure to also go check out any of the participating wineries, they include: 
Ancient Peaks, Biddle Ranch Vineyard, Claiborne & Churchill Vintners, Niven Family Wine Estates,
Saucelito Canyon Vineyard & Winery & Stephen Ross Wine Cellars

About Author

Hannah Hannah Brozek is a fourth year English major at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Originally from Orange County, Hannah enjoys the beach, hiking, and traveling. She wishes to further pursue a career in Copy Writing and potentially move to San Francisco upon graduation.