Solano County

Uncorked event returns to Suisun Valley

By From page A3 | June 16, 2014

The week aheadFAIRFIELD — Suisun Valley on Saturday will again celebrate its wines with the annual Uncorked event.

Uncorked is an evening of food, wine and music at Il Fiorello Olive Oil Co. It’s a fundraiser for the Suisun Valley Vintners and Growers Association.

Seventeen wine brands will be available for drinking. Many are from wineries that don’t have tasting rooms and are hard to find, said Ron Daugherty of Il Fiorello. Four local chefs will prepare the food: Marvin Martin of Il Fiorello, Peter Halikas of Mankas Steakhouse, Lindsey Gilpin of Backdoor Bistro and Salvio De Furia of Salvio at the Rock.

Local band Rhythm Method will provide the music. The event includes a silent auction that will include items donated by local vintners.

Almost 200 people attended last year’s Uncorked event, which also took place at Il Fiorello Olive Oil Co. Organizers are hoping to sell 250 tickets this year.

Go to www.SuisunValley.com to buy tickets. Tickets can also be bought at Il Fiorello Olive Oil Co., 2625 Mankas Corner Road, and Wooden Valley Winery, 4756 Suisun Valley Road.

Reach Susan Hiland at 427-6981 or [email protected]

Susan Hiland

Susan Hiland

Susan graduated from Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon with a B.A. in Communications. She has eight years experience working for newspapers in Nebraska.

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