There’s no denying that Pasadena is a great food city and the only thing that can make great food better is great wine. Which is why the 2014 Pasadena Grand Pinot Fest is sure to be a day of deliciousness.
Coming to town on March 30, The Pasadena Grand Pinot fest will give attendees to sip on several different Pinots; 60, in fact, from vendors from all over the country. This year, the annual event will be held at Noor, a luxurious event space on the Paseo Colorado shopping center rooftop, the event includes live music from contemporary jazz singer Michael Lington and food from Chef Claud Beltran of Claud & Co and The Eatery.
Michael Lington has performed all over the world and VIP ticket gets you the opportunity to see him up close and personal on the outside patio and a “Meet and Greet” after the performance. Chef Claud is a local of the area and has worked for many of Los Angeles’ top chefs and restaurants before opening up his own places in the city. He has been part of the Pasadena Grand Pinot Fest in years past as well.
Tickets are currently available and because it is a charity event, proceeds go to benefit Pasadena Child Development Associates and Hathaway Sycamores Child and Family Services, making your ticket at least partially tax deductible. Learn more about the annual showcase of Pinot wines at the official website, which is continually being updated with more information as the event gets closer http://www.pasadenagrandpinotfest.com.