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L.A. Zoo’s Sustainable Wine+Dinner Series Returns This Spring
March 22, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$140 – $150
Photo Credit: GLAZA/Jamie Pham
The L.A. Zoo will showcase its commitment to conservation during the return of its annual Sustainable Wine+Dinner Series.
Taking place over four evenings from March through June, this series will highlight sustainability — from agriculture to food and wine production to wildlife conservation. Each evening features a conversation with a curator or keeper, up-close animal encounters, and wine introductions from winery representatives, along with a four-course farm-to-table dinner accompanied by wine from local vineyards.
Some details on the various dinners:
- March 22: “Dinner Digest,” featuring Fiddlehead Cellars (Lompoc) and L.A. Zoo Animal Keeper Kevin Gorowski at Ludden Plaza inside the Zoo’s Australian habitat
- April 27: “Raptors and Reptiles,” featuring Ramona Ranch Vineyard & Winery (Ramona), this dinner takes place on the Cambodia Terrace at Elephants of Asia
- May 31: “Native and Natural,” featuring Robert Hall Winery. Enjoy this dinner inside the Amazonian stilt house in the zoo’s Rainforest of the Americas area
- June 28: “For the Generations,” featuring Ancient Peaks Winery and taking place at Mahale Mountains, home to the Zoo’s multigenerational chimpanzee troop.
More details can be found at the link below. Tickets are currently available online at $140 for members and $150 for non-members. Seating is limited, so you’ll want to grab your tickets soon!