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Festivals for wine lovers

Vino virtuosos and amateur aficionados have the choice of two festivals over the next month, offering the opportunity for both education and enjoyment.

The Al Vino Vino Festival takes place at the Conjunto Santander de Artes on Saturday, February 17 and Sunday, February 18. Featuring 50 Mexican and international wineries, patrons will be offered tastings, workshops,  food trucks and a restaurant zone. There are two ticket prices: 850 pesos for general admission, which includes a free glass of wine, and 1,650 for VIP access, which has additional privileges such as private hospitality, a free cup holder, hat, and a “surprise tasting.”

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There are multiple tastings of different varieties of wine held throughout the day, all of which can be previously booked online for 100 pesos each.

For more information and ticket purchase, see conjuntosantander.com.

Organized by Vinos Americas, the annual De La Viña a La Copa festival—now in its 16th year—runs Friday, March 1 and Saturday, March 2, and will feature 600 labels from 14 countries.

The entry fee of 1,350 pesos (per day) includes a glass of Riedel with a value of 500 pesos, tastings, workshops, “gastronomic experiences,” live music” and more.

For more information and purchase of tickets, see delavinaalacopa.com, or Whats app 332-832-7889.

The event is held at the Salón Bellaterra, Avenida Naciones Unidas 8600, San Juan de Ocotán. Hours are 3 p.m. to midnight on March 1 and 1 p.m. to midnight on March 2.

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