Wines discussed at Jack London
Lou Leal, Sonoma Valley winemaker and Jack London historian and Marvin Collins, photographer and writer for Wine & Spirits magazine, will lead a conversation about the wineries and wine made on the lands of Jack London State Historic Park and in the surrounding Glen Ellen area from 1860 to the present. The event takes place Saturday, Oct. 27, from 3 to 6 p.m.
In addition to their talk, they will lead a tour of Beauty Ranch to explore the old winery buildings and vineyards and conclude with a tasting of Kenwood Vineyard’s Jack London label wines, including merlot, syrah, zinfandel and cabernets.
Tickets (which include the parking fee) are $50, and are available in advance at the museum store, online at jacklondonpark.com or at the door. Limited seating is available.
The event will take place in the House of Happy Walls at Jack London Historic State Park, 2400 London Ranch Road in Glen Ellen. The space can be reached by stairway only. For more information about access, call 938-5216.