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The Santa Cruz Mountains Winegrowers Association will partner with businesses in downtown Menlo Park on Saturday, Dec. 1, to host wine tastings at different downtown shops. All ticket proceeds will go to the Menlo Park Atherton Education Foundation.

The event will run from 1 to 4:30 p.m.

Participating wineries are: Big Basin Vineyards, Chaine d’Or Vineyards, Cinnabar Winery, Clos Tita Winery, House Family Vineyards, Kings Mountain Vineyards, Left Bend Winery, Lester Estate Wines, Mindego Ridge Vineyard, Neely Wine, Portola Vineyards, Regale Winery & Vineyards and Roudon-Smith Winery.

Participating businesses are: Cheeky Monkey, Fleet Feet, Harvest Furniture, Menlo Hardwoods, Peabody Fine Art & Framing, Rococo & Taupe, The Oriental Carpet, Art Ventures Gallery, A.Space, Frosch Travel, YogaRok and Sole Desire.

Tickets are $49 and come with wine tasting glasses and wristbands. During the event, the shops will be open to people under 21, but to drink people must have wristbands and remain within designated areas.

The Menlo Park Atherton Education Foundation raises funds for the Menlo Park City School District.

Sponsors include The Peninsula Arts Guild, The Oriental Carpet, W.L. Butler Construction Inc., Hampton Inn, and A. Space, among others.

Access more information and purchase tickets here.

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