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Vino Sin Fronteras Festival Rescheduled to October Due to Unforeseen Circumstances


Due to unforeseen circumstances beyond Provino’s control, the 3rd Vino Sin Fronteras Festival, originally scheduled for Saturday, June 29, has been rescheduled to Saturday, October 5, 2024, at Club Campestre Tijuana. Tickets will remain valid for the new date. If you need a refund, you can request it within no more than 5 calendar days directly at contabilidad.provino@gmail.com.

The press conference, held on June 12 in the CANIRAC Tijuana boardroom, featured the presence of Zaida López Sánchez, President of CANIRAC Tijuana; Dr. Karim Chalita Rodríguez, President of COTUCO Tijuana; and José de Jesús Quiñónez, Undersecretary of Tourism of Baja California. During the presentation, Juan Carlos Ochoa, General Manager of Provino, highlighted that the festival aims to promote the culture of wine among the public on both sides of the border and boost wine tourism among national visitors and those from Southern California.

This year, the festival will change its venue to Club Campestre Tijuana, offering an ideal atmosphere surrounded by trees to enhance the enogastronomic experience. The event will bring together 45 wineries with tastings and sales of over 100 wine labels, including varieties of white, rosé, red, and sparkling wines. Additionally, the guest wine region will be Temecula, California, featuring wineries such as Doffo Winery, Falkner Winery, Churon Winery, and Oak Mountain Winery.

Thanks to the collaboration with CANIRAC Tijuana, 25 regional restaurants will participate, offering culinary samples and dishes for sale. Participating establishments include restaurants from Tijuana, Ensenada, Valle de Guadalupe, Tecate, and Rosarito, supported by Distribuidora La Canasta.

The musical program will feature local talents such as DJ Maury de la Vara, DJ Amy, and DJ Winstone, culminating with a performance by the duo Astros de Mendoza, known for their organic and electronic tropical sounds.

Tickets are priced at MXN 1,500 per person, including a wine glass and tastings of wine and food while supplies last. Attendees are encouraged to arrive on time to fully enjoy the event. Part of the proceeds will go to Provino Baja California’s community projects, such as the reconstruction of Parque de San Vicente in Valle de San Vicente.

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