The OCWineFest Prepares for Its Inaugural Premier


LA’s Most Anticipated Bacchanalia Takes Over the OC


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fter 12 successful years, the LAWineFest is proud to announce the inaugural premier of its sister festival in Orange County. The OCWineFest will feature many of Orange County’s boutique wineries as well as wines from Europe and Northern California. Upon entry, you will receive a glass to keep — this means unlimited tastings! There’s an All-Access option which will give you a chance to try exclusive tastings from special boutiques that produce beautiful, but limited wines. And no need for beer-lovers to stay home! The fest has some incredible curated breweries on its line-up. If that isn’t enough cause to raise your glasses, the festival will also have select vendors, main-stage presentations, and a DJ. With all the music and delicious food pairings on its line-up, this festival is definitely worth the RSVP.

The Founder and CEO of both the LAWineFest and OCWineFest, Joel M. Fisher, Ph.D., aims to share his expertise and love for wine with the world. Dr. Fisher has an impressive history in the world of wine. He is a member of the Society of Wine Educators, the Circle of Wine Writers, and the International Federation of Wine and Spirits Writers. He has written for notable publications, taught in culinary schools and has traveled abroad both to educate and to learn. His goal with the LAWineFest and the OCWineFest is to create accessibility to different wines within an inviting environment for enthusiasts of all tastes and levels. And being a master himself, he understands the importance of coming together over a glass (or bottle) of vino.


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