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Dog Days of Summer Open House with The Eastside Bunch
Saturday, August 6, 2011 from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PDT)
The Eastside Bunch has joined forces with Mutt Lynch Winery to support our local Healdsburg Animal Shelter for this year’s Dog Days of Summer Open House on Saturday, August 6, 2011. The open house will be held at all Eastside Bunch participating wineries (listed below) in Healdsburg, CA from 11am to 4pm. Admission will be $20 pre-sale and $25 at the door. Dogs are welcome and essential!
An event unlike any other. Mutt Lynch Dog Days of Summer will be a jam packed affair appealing to humans and dogs alike. Two and four legged guests should come prepared for a doggone good time featuring - New Release Wine Tasting ♦ Hound Lounge ♦ Yapps & Apps ♦ Dog Art ♦ Specialty Vendors ♦ Benefit Event.
A charity event for the Healdsburg Animal Shelter: For the past 50 years, the Healdsburg Animal Shelter has been dedicated to the welfare of domestic animals in the Healdsburg area. Each year hundreds of animals arrive at the Shelter in need. They heal the sick, nurture the scared and lonely, reunite the lost with their owners and place those without homes into loving homes.
Acorn Winery, 12040 Old Redwood Hwy, (707) 433-6440 www.acornwinery.com
Christie Vineyards 851 Limerick Lane, (707) 431-0662 www.christievineyards.com
Deux Amis Winery 602 Limerick Lane, Healdsburg, (707) 431-7945 www.deuxamiswines.com
Foppiano Vineyards, 12797 Old Redwood Hwy, (707) 433-7272 www.foppiano.com
Merriem Vineyards 11650 Los Amigos Road, (707) 433-4032 www.merriamvineyards.com
Mietz Cellars 602 Limerick Lane, (707) 433-7103 www.mietzcellars.com
Mutt Lynch Winery 602 Limerick Lane, (707) 942-6180 www.muttlynchwinery.com
Viszlay Vineyards, 851 Limerick Lane, 707-481-1514 www.viszlayvineyards.com
When & Where
Experience the charm, hospitality and award-winning wines of the Eastside Bunch Wineries, nestled in the rolling hills south of Healdsburg on the east side of the Russian River.