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Wine Classic Loyola Marymount 2014
Wine Classic

2014 Wine Classic

33rd Annual Wine Classic

Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014
2 – 5 p.m.

Join us for an unforgettable wine tasting event, featuring more than 150 wines. Meet with owners and vintners from 45 prestigious boutique California wineries.

Enter our silent auction of specialty wines and products.

Early bird tickets are $75 if purchased by Dec. 13, 2013.
Tickets are $100 per person ($45 of each ticket is tax-deductible).

*TICKETS GO ON SALE MONDAY, DEC. 2* Click Here for Tickets
Tickets can also be purchased, space permitting, at the box office on the day of the event, beginning at 1 p.m.

Proceeds Benefit LMU Student Scholarships.

More Information.

Please contact LMU Special Events at 310.338.5153.


2014 Wine Classic tickets are $100 per person with $45 of each ticket being tax-deductible.

Special Holiday Savings of $75 per person is available through Friday, Dec. 13.

Click here to register.

Proceeds benefit LMU Scholarships.

Tickets purchased after January 11 will be held at Will Call.

The Wineries

Our tasting event is one of the few where you’ll have the opportunity to meet the owner or vintner of every participating winery. We’ve hand selected 45 of the best boutique wineries in California.

2014 participating wineries included:

Arns WineryAstrale e Terra • *Baldacci Family VineyardsBarnett Vineyards • August Briggs Wines • Brookman Cellars •  Brutocao Cellars • *Canihan Family Winery •  Chateau Montelena • Clos Pepe Estate • Robert Craig Winery • Encanto Vineyards • Falcone Family VineyardsFerrari-Carano Vineyards & WineryFontanella Family WineryHerb Lamb Vineyards • Imagery Winery • Judd’s HillKaDieMKeenan WineryKrupp Brothers Estates • Lewelling Wine Co • *Labryinth Wine Cellars • *Lumen • Martian Ranch & Vineyard • Miner Family Winery • Muscatine Vineyard • Red Cap Vineyards  • Rombauer Vineyards • Saddleback CellarsSequoia Grove Winery • Smith-MadroneSomerston Wine Co.Spelletich Cellars • St. Francis Vineyards & Winery • *Trujillo Wine • Kenneth Volk VineyardsWhite Rock Vineyards  • Whitehall Lane Winery & Vineyards • Yates Family VineyardZD Wines
*COMING SOON* Click here to view the 2014 Wine Classic Program.

Wine Appreciation Notes

Start with dry white wines before sweet whites or reds. Light reds should be tasted prior to heavier reds and dessert wines should be tasted last.

The wineries will pour about an ounce of wine – enough to examine color, aroma and taste.

Don’t hesitate to pour out excess or even to spit the wine into the buckets provided. This enables you to enjoy distinctions among the varietals presented which could easily be lost due to the effects of alcohol or palate fatigue. Professional tasters often avoid swallowing the wines they examine.

It is also a good idea to stay with a given varietal until you tasted all the wines of interest to you in that category. We will provide a wide variety of foods to help refresh your palate.

Click here for a detailed guide to appreciating wines.

Click here for a glossary of wine terms.

For more information please email


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