2015 Harvest Fair Daily Schedule

Friday, October 2 (Click on event for more information)

4:00 pm – Gates & Marketplace Open ~ Shop local and save on award winning wines!
4:00 pm – Gold Medal Wine Tasting / Port & Chocolate Pairing begins in Wine Garden with live music
4:30 pm – Culinary Demonstration in Marketplace - Chef Sheana Davis, Owner of Epicurean Connection in Sonoma
4:30 pm – Qualifying Grape Stomp
5:00 pm – Grand Tasting Pavilion Opens with live music
5:30 pm – Wine Tasting Seminar in Marketplace
6:30 pm – Twilight Qualifying Grape Stomp
7:30 pm – Wine Tasting Seminar in Marketplace
8:00 pm – All tasting ends
8:30 pm – Twilight Qualifying Grape Stomp - "Stomping under the Stars"
9:00 pm – Gates & Marketplace Close

Around the Grounds: When you're not tasting world class wines, beers, ciders and culinary specialties, make sure to cheer on your favorite team in the World Championship Grape Stomp or peruse through the Art Show & Sale. Here's what's happening around the grounds:

Art Show & Sale produced by Petaluma Arts Association featuring fine art, photography and special, hand-crafted items

Llama Show in livestock area produced by Llamas of the Wine Country

World Championship Grape Stomp - cheer on your favorite team!

People’s Choice Wine Label Contest in Workshop building/Annex.

Take a break from tasting and enjoy some grown-up fun: Harvest Obstacle Course, Pumpkin Bowling, Apple Slingshot and pumpkin carving. Buy a pumpkin at the Harvest Pumpkin Patch and take it home or carve it here - just inside the Brookwood Gate. If you didn’t have enough fun with Easy Bake Oven when you were a kid, stop by Shade Park on Friday and Saturday and bake an Easy Bake Pumpkin Pie!


Saturday, October 3 (Click on event for more information)

10:30 am – Gates & Marketplace Open ~ Shop local and save on award winning wines!
11:00 am – Qualifying Grape Stomp
12:00 pm – Farm to Table Seminar, Cheesy Beer School Workshop – Showcase Cafe (30-45 min) - additional fee, seating limited
12:00 pm – Gold Medal Wine Tasting / Port & Chocolate Pairing begins in Wine Garden with live music
12:00 pm – Qualifying Grape Stomp
12:30 pm – Chef Demonstration in Marketplace - Christine Piccin, Chef/Instructor at the Santa Rosa Junior College
1:00 pm – Grand Tasting Pavilion Opens with live music
1:00 pm – Wine Tasting Seminar in Marketplace
1:30 pm – Qualifying Grape Stomp
1:30 pm – What's Happening with the Honeybees? Workshop in Workshop Building/Annex (30 min)
3:00 pm – Wine Tasting Seminar in Marketplace
3:00 pm – Qualifying Grape Stomp
3:30 pm – Chef Demonstration in Marketplace - Mark Kowalkowski Executive Chef, Oliver’s Markets of Santa Rosa
4:00 pm – All tasting ends
4:30 pm – Qualifying Grape Stomp
5:00 pm – Gates & Marketplace Close

Around the Grounds: When you're not tasting world class wines, beers, ciders and culinary specialties, make sure to cheer on your favorite team in the World Championship Grape Stomp or peruse through the Art Show & Sale. Here's what's happening around the grounds:

Classic Car Show produced by Redwood Empire Region of The Antique Automobile Club of America

Art Show & Sale produced by Petaluma Arts Association featuring fine art, photography and special, hand-crafted items

Llama Show in livestock area produced by Llamas of the Wine Country

World Championship Grape Stomp - cheer on your favorite team!

People’s Choice Wine Label Contest in Workshop building/Annex

Take a break from tasting and enjoy some grown-up fun: Harvest Obstacle Course, Pumpkin Bowling, Apple Slingshot and pumpkin carving. Buy a pumpkin at the Harvest Pumpkin Patch and take it home or carve it here - just inside the Brookwood Gate. If you didn’t have enough fun with Easy Bake Oven when you were a kid, stop by Shade Park on Friday and Saturday and bake an Easy Bake Pumpkin Pie!


Sunday, October 4 (Click on event for more information)

10:30 pm – Gates & Marketplace Open ~ Shop local and save on award winning wines!
11:00 pm – Qualifying Grape Stomp
12:00 pm – Farm to Table Seminar, Cheesy Beer School – Showcafe Cafe (30-45 min min) - additional fee, seating limited
12:00 pm – Gold Medal Wine Tasting / Port & Chocolate Pairing begins in Wine Garden with live music
12:00 pm – Qualifying Grape Stomp
12:30 pm – Chef Demonstration in Marketplace - Thomas Schmidt, Executive Chef, John Ash Restaurant of Santa Rosa
1:00 pm – Tasting Pavilion Opens with live music
1:00 pm – World Wrapped Cooking Competition in Shade Park
1:00 pm – Wine Seminar in Marketplace
1:30 pm – Kids Stomp (Ages 13 & Under)
1:30 pm - Introduction to Home Brewing Workshop – Annex (30 min)
2:30 pm - Introduction to Home Winemaking – Showcase Café (60 min)
3:00 pm – Qualifying Grape Stomp
3:00 pm – Wine Seminar in Marketplace
3:30 pm – Chef Demonstration in Marketplace - Mairin Rossi, Pastry Chef, Costeaux French Bakery of Healdsburg
4:00 pm – All tasting ends
4:30 pm – World Championship Grape Stomp Finals
5:00 pm – Gates & Marketplace Close

Around the Grounds: When you're not tasting world class wines, beers, ciders and culinary specialties, make sure to cheer on your favorite team in the World Championship Grape Stomp or peruse through the Art Show & Sale. Here's what's happening around the grounds:

Classic Car Show produced by Redwood Empire Region of The Antique Automobile Club of America

Art Show & Sale produced by Petaluma Arts Association featuring fine art, photography and special, hand-crafted items

Llama Show in livestock area produced by Llamas of the Wine Country

World Championship Grape Stomp - cheer on your favorite team!

World Wrapped Cooking Competition - amateur chefs compete in this fast paced tortilla throw down

People’s Choice Wine Label Contest in Workshop building/Annex

Take a break from tasting and enjoy some grown-up fun: Harvest Obstacle Course, Pumpkin Bowling, Apple Slingshot and pumpkin carving. Buy a pumpkin at the Harvest Pumpkin Patch and take it home or carve it here - just inside the Brookwood Gate. If you didn’t have enough fun with Easy Bake Oven when you were a kid, stop by Shade Park on Friday and Saturday and bake an Easy Bake Pumpkin Pie!