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Local Wineries to Pour Free Tastings Wednesdays in Downtown Roseville

The new “Wine Down Wednesday” tastings, farmers market and live entertainment starts Aug. 21 in the Town Square.

Wine Down Wednesday free wine tastings in Downtown Roseville start Aug. 21 and run through Oct. 2. Credit: Patch file photo
Wine Down Wednesday free wine tastings in Downtown Roseville start Aug. 21 and run through Oct. 2. Credit: Patch file photo
Wine, farm-fresh foods and live music —the City of Roseville is calling it “Wine Down Wednesday” and it starts Aug. 21.

From 5-7 p.m., locals can head to the new Downtown Roseville Town Square where Placer County wineries will pour five free tastings every Wednesday. You’ll also be able to grab some locally grown produce at a PlacerGROWN farmers market and listen to live entertainment.

Wine Down Wednesday runs through Oct. 2. The first evening takes place a few days before the grand opening celebration of the new Town Square. The celebration is set for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24 in Downtown Roseville, followed by an evening concert at 7:30 p.m. featuring “Journey Unauthorized,” a Journey tribute band.

But you can get a peek at the Town Square before the celebration during the Wine Down Wednesday.  

Here’s the Wine Down Wednesday winery and band schedule, according to the city’s website:

Aug. 21: Fawnridge Winery, Vina Castellano Vineyards, Lone Buffalo Vineyards and Bear River Winery; entertainment by Shauna Anderson & Andrew Mills
Aug. 28: Casque Wines and Rock Hill Winery; entertainment by Giorgi Khokhobashvili
Sept. 4: Ciotti Cellars and Popie Wines; entertainment by Jeramy Norris & The Dangerous Mood
Sept. 11: Wise Willa and Davis Dean; entertainment by Tessie Marie & The Poor Man Band
Sept. 18: Bonitata Boutique Wines; entertainment by Dudley & The Doo-Rights
Sept. 25: Wineries to be announced; entertainment by Red's Blues
Oct. 2: Wineries to be announced; entertainment by Paige Anderson & The Fearless Kin

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