Gingy Gable
 
October 15, 2019 | Gingy Gable

Wine Walk at the Environmental Nature Center

Southern California friends,
Please join us at the Fall Wine Walk to support the Environmental Nature Center. Richard Phoenix will be pouring for Caspar Estate 2018 Sauvignon Blanc and 2016 Caspar Estate Cabernet Sauvignon.

 



Online event registration and ticketing powered by Event Espresso

November 2, 2019
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

4-7PM

Join us for a fabulous afternoon of wine tasting, while helping to raise funds for environmental education in our community. Walk the trails and stop at 9 stations to taste wines from 9 different (mostly) California Wineries. Enjoy small bites. Bid on fabulous silent auction prizes. End your walk on the patio and enjoy sweets and Kean coffee by the fire.

You can purchase wines that evening for the holidays and a percentage of wine sales will help support environmental education at the ENC!

$125/per person or $200 per couple.

100% of ticket sales will support environmental education at the ENC!

Winery representatives from the below wineries will be here to pour for you….
1. Abigail Adams Wines  adirose.com
2. Caspar Estate  casparestate.com
3. Cavus Vineyards cavusvineyards.com
4.Cultivar Wine   cultivarwine.com
5.Crown Point    crownpointvineyards.com
6. Gentleman Farmer gentlemanfarmerwines.com
7. Pedras pedraswine.com
8. Vintage Imports   casadevalor.com
9. Maze Winery 

ENVIRONMENTAL NATURE CENTER, 2016 | 1601 E. 16th Street, Newport Beach, CA | 949-645-8489

Time Posted: Oct 15, 2019 at 12:17 PM Permalink to Wine Walk at the Environmental Nature Center Permalink
Emily Winslow
 
June 29, 2018 | Emily Winslow

Cultivar Beer at Walk in the Wild at the Oakland Zoo

On Saturday, June 23rd the Oakland Zoo held its 26th Annual “Walk in the Wild” gala fundraising event. Cultivar was thrilled to support this self-described “Epicurean Escapade” as a beer sponsor for the second year in a row. This unique event allows guests to sample cuisine from the Bay Area’s top chefs and restaurants, wineries, and microbreweries while getting an extra special peek at the animals out past their normal bedtimes. It’s all in the name of animal stewardship with funds from event supporting the zoo’s efforts in conservation, education, and animal care programs.This year also included an exclusive sneak peek for VIP ticket holders of the new California Trail exhibit before it opens to the public on July 12th.

We were located right next to the zebras and our friends from Firestone Walker Brewery. The zebras enjoyed munching on special grasses and plants strategically placed so that visitors to our booth could catch a glimpse. Before the main event the team got a chance to see tigers chewing on large meaty bones, alligators slowly floating through the water, otters frolicking, gibbons swinging from trees, and giraffes peacefully strolling through their habitat.

 

During the main event we poured our signature California IPA and our new Summer Hefe Weizen with fresh slices of lemon. It’s always fun to meet new people at events and share our story while trying new treats from other vendors. The hot pastrami sandwich prepared on site by Oakland’s Wood Tavern was definitely a highlight. It tasted great with both of our beers!

After the sun went down, and the booth was closed, we capped off the night with desserts and dancing to live music from high-energy cover band Apple Z from Sacramento. A wonderful time was had by all, and we hope to return next year!

Time Posted: Jun 29, 2018 at 6:29 AM Permalink to Cultivar Beer at Walk in the Wild at the Oakland Zoo Permalink