New Title: Celebrating Women in Wine and Food: A Showcase of Talent and Support

The annual event previously known as the Women Winemakers and Culinarians Celebration has taken on a new name and renewed purpose. Now called the “Women Winemakers and Culinarians Celebration” or WWCC, the 2024 series aims to highlight the achievements of women in the wine and food industry while also supporting women veterans through the She Raised Her Hand initiative.

Set to take place over four days from March 7th to 10th, the event will feature a grand tasting on Saturday, March 9th, showcasing the talents of over 30 women winemakers from Santa Barbara County. Hosted at the newly-debuted venue, 27 Vines, the grand tasting event will offer attendees the opportunity to sample a wide variety of wines crafted by these skilled winemakers.

Aside from the grand tasting, the event series will also include a range of exciting activities. There will be winemaker and chef dinners held at various Santa Ynez Valley restaurants, as well as an evening Soirée and Silent Auction celebrating the women behind the scenes who contribute to the success of the wine and food industries. The weekend will conclude with a delightful Sunday brunch.

This event holds special significance as it takes place in honor of International Women’s Day, which celebrates the achievements and challenges faced by women in the workplace. The wine industry, like many others, has traditionally been male-dominated, but Santa Barbara County is proud to have a higher percentage of women winemakers compared to many other regions.

The Women Winemakers and Culinarians Celebration not only showcases the immense talent of these women but also serves as a platform for them to support each other and working women worldwide. By attending the event and participating in the various activities, guests have the opportunity to support and uplift these women in their pursuit of excellence.

Tickets for the grand tasting and other events can be purchased through the event’s official website, www.SBWomenWinemakers.com. Join in on this celebration of women in wine and food, and be a part of making a difference in the lives of women veterans through the She Raised Her Hand initiative.

FAQ Section:

1. What is the Women Winemakers and Culinarians Celebration (WWCC)?
The Women Winemakers and Culinarians Celebration, also known as the WWCC, is an annual event that aims to highlight the achievements of women in the wine and food industry, while also supporting women veterans through the She Raised Her Hand initiative.

2. When does the event take place?
The event is set to take place over four days from March 7th to 10th.

3. What is the main feature of the event?
The event will feature a grand tasting on Saturday, March 9th, which will showcase the talents of over 30 women winemakers from Santa Barbara County.

4. Where will the grand tasting be held?
The grand tasting event will be hosted at the newly-debuted venue, 27 Vines.

5. What other activities are included in the event series?
Aside from the grand tasting, the event will also include winemaker and chef dinners at various Santa Ynez Valley restaurants, an evening Soirée and Silent Auction, and a delightful Sunday brunch.

6. Why is this event significant?
This event is significant as it takes place in honor of International Women’s Day, celebrating the achievements and challenges faced by women in the workplace. It also highlights the higher percentage of women winemakers in Santa Barbara County compared to many other regions.

7. How can I support these women winemakers and culinarians?
By attending the event and participating in the various activities, guests have the opportunity to support and uplift these women in their pursuit of excellence.

8. Where can I purchase tickets for the event?
Tickets for the grand tasting and other events can be purchased through the event’s official website: www.SBWomenWinemakers.com.

Key Terms/Jargon:
– Women Winemakers and Culinarians Celebration (WWCC): The annual event that highlights the achievements of women in the wine and food industry.
– She Raised Her Hand initiative: An initiative that supports women veterans.

Related Links:
www.SBWomenWinemakers.com: Official website for the event where tickets can be purchased.