Sip Wine, Listen to Music and Support Environmental Education

Posted on Jul 17 by SEASONS Magazine

Photo courtesy Explore Ecology.

Photo courtesy Explore Ecology.

Get your lawn chair, a picnic, and dancing shoes ready as Buttonwood Farm Winery hosts their summer concert with Rockin’ Our Roots—Concert in the Vines on July 22You are invited to enjoy a summer afternoon at Buttonwood’s beautiful farm and vineyard where two live bands, The Soul Cats and Crown City Bombers, perform on the stage near the Vineyard Pond.

Along with fun live music, there is a wide variety of food available at the event, including McConnell’s Fine Ice Cream and two food trucks. Wine is available for sale by the bottle (no other alcoholic beverages are permitted).

Located in the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley, Buttonwood’s 39-acre vineyard is part of a 106-acre property. Planted in 1983, Buttonwood has 33,000 vines. Some of the other crops grown on the ecological farm include olives, pomegranates, peonies, herbs, summer vegetables and peaches. Most of the growing done at Buttonwood is organic, without the use of synthetic chemicals. What better place to sip wine, relax, and support environmental education?

Tickets include a logo GoVino glass, two generous pours of wine, and admission to the concert. A portion of ticket sales will benefit Explore Ecology, an environmental education and arts nonprofit that works with over 30,000 children a year, inspiring them to engage with the natural world, think critically, and experience the value of environmental stewardship. Be sure to stop by Buttonwood Farm and Winery (1500 Alamo Pintado Rd., Solvang) from 2-6 p.m. on July 22 for a sunny afternoon filled with music, wine, and fun!

—Stephanie Oliveira


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