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Revamped Harvest Fair focuses on county's food, wine bounty

In several ways, this weekend's Sonoma County Harvest Fair, a fall tradition for the past 38 years, is a different event this year.

“This event is much more focused on the Sonoma County food and wine experience,” Fair Manager Tawny Tesconi said.

There will be more wine and food tasting at the event than ever, and the wildly popular Grape Stomp competition will return.

But visitors to the Harvest Fair, running Friday through Sunday at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds, will notice several changes:

- The high-profile Friday night “Grand Tasting” for wine and food will now run all three days.

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