Cass Winery’s Summer Bash (wine club event)
Chef-For-A-Day; Perfecting the Art of Salsa-Making
Sunday, August 11th
Wine club members receive 2 complimentary tickets.
Additional guest tickets $50pp.
Check In at 1030am / Seminar Starts at 11am

Wine club members must be logged into their online Cass Winery account to RSVP for their 2 free tickets and to purchase guest tickets. 

Chef-For-A-Day; Perfecting the Art of Salsa-Making

Chef Michael Learned has tricks up his sleeve for turning veggies from the garden into explosive flavor combinations.  Learn techniques like roasting, stewing, blistering, and layering to create unique flavor profiles that pair with you favorite wines! This interactive seminar will be held in our brand new kitchen in our new event space.  It is the perfect setting for you to be chef-for-a-day and drink Cass wine at the same time! Chef will share some of his favorite techniques and recipes, but ultimately you will get your chance to dazzle and compete with your fellow chefs for the ultimate salsa creation!

(Space is limited to the first 40 tickets reserved.)

All RSVPs will receive a confirmation message and tickets will be emailed. We will accept ticket orders until we reach event capacity. If you did not receive a confirmation email with attached tickets, then you likely did not complete your ticket order correctly and will need to login to your wine club account and complete a ticket order by following all the prompts to fully "check out."

If you need assistance logging into your account or have a question about your wine club shipment, please contact the wine club manager Adam at or 805-239-1730 x 108.

For wine club event questions, please contact the event manager Chanda at or 805-239-1730 x 105.

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2019 Summer Bash (Chef-For-A-Day)

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