A citrus brined and cherry smoked pork shoulder. Pulled pork sliders. Barbecue ribs. Braised short ribs over polenta. All of these delicious dishes and more will be showcased along with the incredible wine and olive oil of our region during Suisun Valley's Passport Sunday celebration April 14.
Tickets are going fast for this popular event hosted by the Suisun Valley Vintners and Growers Association. The celebration is from 11 am to 4 pm April 14. It is typically a sell-out every year, and more than 75 percent of available tickets have already been sold. Get yours today at this link. Tickets are $60 general admission, and $20 designated driver. Designated driver tickets include all food and activities, but no wine.
Often described as Fairfield's rite of passage into the spring season, Suisun Valley's Passport Sunday is an outstanding day of wine, and freshly prepared, wine country-inspired food across various venues. This year, nine venues and tasting rooms are participating. Each celebrates Passport Sunday in its own unique way. In addition to the food and wine, visitors will enjoy live music from area bands and musicians, farm tours, olive oil tastings, jam tastings, special barrel tastings, and more.
Passport Sunday is a valley-wide event and guests are encouraged to taste and travel at their own pace. You must start off at the venue where you purchased your Passport ticket. You can learn more about Passport Sunday on the Suisun Valley website