Spring on the Placer Wine Trail

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As the chill of winter recedes and the vibrant hues of spring start painting the landscapes of Placer County, there’s no better way to celebrate the season of renewal than by indulging in the sensory pleasures of the “Sip Into Spring” event. This April 6-7, from noon to 5 PM, rain or shine, the Placer Wine Trail invites oenophiles and novices alike to embark on a journey that promises not just a tasting, but an exploration of the rich tapestry of local viticulture.

A Toast to Spring’s Arrival

“Sip Into Spring” is not just an event; it’s a celebration of the cycle of growth and rebirth that defines the world of wine. As vineyards across Auburn, Granite Bay, Lincoln, Loomis, Newcastle, Rocklin, and Roseville burst into life with the first bud break of the season, attendees will have the unique opportunity to witness the beginning of the winemaking process up close.

An Ode to the Sierra Foothills

The Placer Wine Trail is home to a diverse array of varietals that thrive in the Sierra Foothills, offering a palette of flavors as vibrant and varied as spring itself. This event is a rare chance to taste current vintages, delve into a few verticals, and discover the unique character each varietal brings to the table. From the robust intensity of a Cabernet Sauvignon to the delicate notes of a Viognier, there’s a world of taste to explore.

More Than Just Wine Tasting

What sets “Sip Into Spring” apart is the opportunity to meet the minds behind the wine. Many participating wineries will feature special presentations, including vintage highlights, varietal education, and vertical tastings, providing a behind-the-scenes look at the art and science of winemaking. Coupled with live music, food trucks, and treats at select locations, it’s a weekend of enjoyment that educates and entertains.

Whether you’re a seasoned wine connoisseur or someone looking to broaden your oenological horizons, “Sip Into Spring” offers a perfect blend of education, entertainment, and the sheer joy of discovering new wines. So gather your friends, mark your calendars, and prepare to usher in the spring with a toast to the enduring legacy and future of Placer County’s winemaking tradition.

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