Do you love Petite Sirah? Rock Wall Wine Company is hosting Dark and Delicious (and not, it’s not about chocolate) in Alameda tomorrow starting at 6pm. It’s your chance to get up and close and personal with the varietal.

With 41 preeminent Petite Sirah wine companies and 26 fabulous Napa and Bay Area restaurants and foot caterers on hand, there will be no shortage of things to experience.

The Web site indicates the event is now sold out, so if you haven’t got a ticket yet, it might be tough. Still you may want to check Twitter or the Dark and Delicious team themselves to see if some are still available. Just don’t mention Merlot or Cab.

See you there!

Participating Wineries:

Artezin Wines
Aver Family Vineyards
Ballentine Vineyards
Berryessa Gap Vineyards
Bogle Winery
Charter Oak Winery
Cleavage Creek
Concannon Vineyard
David Fulton
EOS Estate Winery
F. Teldeschi Winery
Field Stone Winery
Foppiano Vineyards
Fortress Vineyards
Grizzly Republic Wines
Gustafson Family Vineyard
Heringer Estates
Jazz Cellars
Langtry Estate & Vineyards
Lava Cap Winery
Line 39
Marr Cellars
Mettler Family Vineyards
Michael~ David Vineyards
Miro Cellars
Mounts Family Winery
Parducci Wine Cellars
Pedroncelli Winery
R&B Cellars
Robert Biale Vineyards
Rock Wall Wine Company
Rosenblum Cellars
Silkwood Wines
Spangler Vineyards
Stags’ Leap Winery
Stanton Vineyard
Stonehedge Winery
Trentadue Winery
Tres Sabores
Twisted Oak
Ursa Vineyards
Vezér Family Vineyard
Vina Robles
Wilson Vineyards

9 Catering
Aidell’s Sausage
Andalu Restaurant
Angela’s Bistro
Asena Restaurant
Bert’s Desserts
Bistro 29
Bistro Jeanty
Blue Heron Catering
Creative Palate Works
Farm Fresh To You
Fiscalini Cheese
Fume Bistro of Napa
Great American Barbeque
Harvest Catering
Lovesticks by Judy’s Breadsticks
Marcel et Henri Charcuterie Francaise
Marin French Cheese
Mary’s Pizza Shack
Montibella Sausage
Ramekins Culinary School
Savoy Events
Sweet Things
The Hobnob
Tomatina Restaurant
Venga Paella
Whole Foods Market
Wood Tavern of Oakalnd
Yoshi’s Jazz Club
Z Cioccolato

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