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Fall Harvest Wine Journey benefits the Central California SPCA (KFSN)

Fall Harvest Wine Journey benefits the Central California SPCA
This weekend winemakers across Fresno County will be opening their wineries for the Fall Harvest Wine Journey -- and it's all for a good cause.

Drinking local wine could help homeless pets here in our area.

The Fresno County Fall Harvest Wine Journey is this weekend. It includes 11 wineries, two breweries and two retail shops. The weekend will include wine tasting, music and the opportunity to check out local food and products.

This year, 20 percent of all proceeds will go to the Central California SPCA. The CCSPCA will have information booths at select locations and patrons will have the chance to win discounted adoptions.

Some of the participating wineries include: A. Nonini Winery, Apcal, Engelmann Cellars, Fresno State Winery, Kings River Winery, Lomac Winery, Los Californios Winery & Full Circle Brewing, Marechal Vineyards (Pouring At Moravia), Moravia Wines, Ramos Torres Winery, Simonian Farms, Tioga Sequoia Brewing Co., Ubick Vineyards (Pouring At Moravia) and Yribarren Family Vineyards.

The Fresno County Fall Harvest Wine Journey


November 7th and 8th from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

This journey includes 11 wineries, two breweries and two retail shops.

Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door.

More information at www.fresnocountywinejourney.com

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Wine enthusiasts will soon be able to get their fill of local vinos.

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