Healdsburg Art, Food and Wine
Spend three days immersed in the visual arts, culinary arts, and vintner arts at the inaugural Healdsburg Art-Food-Wine (AFW) weekend Thursday, June 14, through Saturday, June 16, in the historic Wine Country town of Healdsburg, in northern Sonoma County.
All activities are focused on Healdsburg’s amazing local arts, food, and wine scenes. Everything kicks off Thursday evening with a party at the Stafford Gallery and garden, in the historic Bank of
Italy, with sparkling wines by Breathless, wines by T Berkley Wines, charcuterie by Valette Restaurant and desserts by Moustache Baked Goods.
Friday’s schedule includes a luncheon at the acclaimed farm-to-table Barndiva restaurant with an exclusive tour of the art at the Oliver Ranch, and an evening reception at the Dallas Saunders Gallery. Reservations can be made for exclusive dinners at local restaurants.
During the day on Saturday, participants will be able to choose from a variety of interesting activities. One is a seated wine pairing with charcuterie at the new Winemakers Collective, Grape Seed Wine Fund followed by a private art tour at the Paul Mahder Gallery by owner, Paul Mahder
Saturday morning join us for the VIP Chalk Hill Road Experience which is a private tour and tasting at the Chalk Hill Estate, picnic luncheon, cave tasting and private tour at Roth Estate Winery followed by a private tour and cave tasting at Lancaster Estate.
The 3 day event concludes with exclusive cocktail party Saturday night at Arena Gallery and Gardens, one of Northern California’s most renowned art galleries located on the Healdsburg town square. The evening starts with wines from the Bespoke Collection paired with savory passed hors d’oeuvres and desserts catered by Epicurean Catering. Guest will be treated to an art discussion by a special featured artist Kate Salenfriend and live music by Drew Ross.
A percentage of all the proceed will benefit the Healdsburg Center for the Arts (HCA) a 501(c3). HCA is a non-profit dedicated to creating, inspiring and promoting the arts through community education programs, events, and exhibitions.