It will take place on March 25 and 26 and tickets are already on sale at the Mazatlan Art Museum.
MAZATLAN. – Do you like wine and everyone around it? On March 25 and 26, the Fourth Northwest Wine Festival will be held, which will bring together national and some foreign wine companies, where they will present unique details about red wine, white wine, and rosé wine.
More than 10 wineries will participate, from Baja California, Aguascalientes, and other states, as well as countries such as Chile and Bolivia. In addition, there will be tastings, conferences, workshops, as well as photographic exhibitions.
Among the conferences that will be given are, “The Mysteries of Wine”, by the president of the Mexican Academy of Wine, Luis Fernando Otero; “Vinos de Sonora”, by Francisco Salazar Giottonini, president of the Sonora Wine Association; “The secret of Aguascalientes”, by the sommelier, Ruth Manrique, among others.
How much will it cost?
Save the date, 25 & 26 march, 2022.
Tickets to the Wine Festival POINT OF SALE
1. MUSEO DE ARTE DE MAZATLAN, Sixto Osuna No. 71, centro
2. LIBRERIA EDUCAL, Sixto Osuna No. 71, centro
2. CAVA DEL DUERO, av. Del Mar No. 6203.
3. Restaurant WATER’S EDGE, Sixto Osuna No. 48, centro
4. Restaurant HECTOR’ S BISTRO, Mariano Escobedo No. 409, centro
5. CASA MARINA Furniture store, av. Del Delfin No. 5, in front of Galerias Mazatlán, next to bank Santander
For one day, access to the festival will be 500.00 pesos, for both days, access will cost 800.00 pesos, both include a crystal glass, tastings, conferences subject to space availability, sale of wines at cellar prices and sanitary measures.
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The entrance to the concert of the Mexican tenor, Mauro Calderón is not included, access to this presentation has a separate cost, by calling the phones, 669 951 5592.