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So There’s Going to be a Huge Wine Festival Inside Union Station in DTLA

November 7, 2015 by Brian Champlin

What do you get when you combine dozens of great wine tasting opportunities with one of the most unique locations in all of Los Angeles?

The potential for something awesome!

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Enter the inaugural LA Uncorked Wine Festival, coming to Union Station on January 23, 2016 starting at 6:00pm. The event promises over 60 local and international wineries plus food trucks and live music, and of course the beautiful historic architecture of the venue to enjoy.

Unfortunately the official vendor list hasn’t been released yet, but I did sneak a peak at the Facebook event page and the moderators had commented they’d already booked Babcock and Gainey from Santa Ynez as well as Cakebread, St. Supery and Sonoma-Cutrer from Napa Valley.

All those and more will be officially confirmed when the participant list is released (expected soon).

Union Station Old Ticket Room

The old ticket room at Union Station. Credit: Steve and Julie via flickr

LA Uncorked takes place on January 23, 2016 at Union Station from 6:00pm – 9:00pm (last pour at 9:00pm).

Tickets are currently on sale via Eventbrite. The price is $55 for GA tickets and $65 for VIP tickets. Both packages include wine tastings with food sold separately.

The VIP ticket gets you in one hour earlier, at 5:00pm..

Union Station is located 800 N Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90012.

For more information visit the official website of Uncorked Wine Festivals.

Enjoy!

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