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The Iowa Wine Trail to feature wine and local foods event

The Iowa Wine Trail will host "Spring into Iowa’s Local Foods," April 25 and 26. The special weekend event will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Each winery will serve samples of local Iowa foods paired with the excellent Iowa made wines of the Upper Mississippi River Valley. The wineries are gearing up to provide unique and creative food samples that bring out the best in their individual, unique wine styles.

To fully enjoy the wine trail experience of the Upper Mississippi River Valley, it is best to take two days traversing the trail and visiting all eight wineries. Start making arrangements now with one of the bed and breakfast partner sites listed on the website at Ask about any special weekend packages that they may offer.

Purchase three tickets before April 1 and receive a fourth ticket free. Tickets purchased between April 1 and April 22nd will be $25 per ticket. Single day tickets are available for $20 each if purchased before April 22. Free designated driver tickets are available for food sampling only. Tickets can be purchased in the tasting rooms at any of the participating wineries or on line at Phone orders can be placed through Park Farm Winery at (563) 557-3727.

The Iowa Wine Trail involves Wallace Winery at West Branch, Sutliff Cider Company near Lisbon, Daly Creek Winery in Anamosa, Tabor Home Vineyards and Winery near Baldwin, Park Farm Winery near Bankston, Eagles Landing Winery in Marquette, Wide River Winery near Clinton, and Winneshiek Wildberry Winery near Decorah.

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