Edge of LA International Wine Festival + Giveaway

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Edge of LA is San Pedro’s ONLY wine festival which features over 100 small production wines from wineries throughout the world. Some highlights include Croatia, Italy, Spain, France, Hungary, Chile and USA. On April 6th, 2013 from 2:30-5:30 enjoy an afternoon of wine tasting at The Warner Grand Theatre in San Pedro, CA. Unlike other wine events, you will be able to purchase ANY of the wines poured that afternoon the VERY same day at Off The Vine, San Pedro’s ONLY fine wine shop.

Want to be apart of this great wine event? Well, you’re in luck! We are giving away a PAIR of tickets to one lucky winner. Comment below telling us which Country your favorite wine comes from. Winner will be announced on March 26th and will have 24 hours to respond.


  • Reply March 17, 2013


    I like Central Coast wine, so California 🙂

  • Reply March 17, 2013

    Denise Fragoso

    I love white wines from Australia and New Zealand.

  • Reply March 17, 2013


    I absolutely love a good French Sauvignon Blanc, and New Zealand produces some wonderful ones as well

  • Reply March 17, 2013

    Daniel Shafer

    Chilean merlots and petite sirahs not only taste great but remind me of a 1000km road trip I took with family down the Chilean coast over two decades ago. We stopped at almost a dozen vineyards and sampled heavily!

    Fine wine is one thing. Fine wine while reminiscing over the vineyards and locale it came from is even better! Viva Chile!! Viva vino!!

  • Reply March 18, 2013


    Because it was outside of the usual red and white, I’d say Japan had the best plum wine on the planet.

  • Reply March 18, 2013


    USA. We have some wonderful wineries right here in Ca.

  • Reply March 18, 2013

    Heather Sato

    This past year i dabbled into French wines and there was a wine that struck a chord. It was from France, in the Loire Valley region. The varietal was a Vouvray. It was clean, delicious, and easy drinking. So much so, I think half a bottle was gone just from us!

  • Reply March 18, 2013


    A Chilean Carmenere is a very good and a Cabernet Sauvignon and Carmenere blend even better. Funny story goes that when the Chileans went to France to purchase some Cabernet vines, the french sold them the Carmenere instead cause it was too difficult to grow it in Bordeaux. Years later, a Chilean family, assuming they were making a Cabernet, took their wine to a contest where the judge, after tasting it and approving of it, disclosed to the winemaker that it was a Carmenere and not a Cabernet. Apparently the Andes region where it was grown was much more conducive to the vine than the Bordeaux region.
    When you think life is only giveing you lemons, then make good lemonade or better yet, beat the french at their game and make good wine from an unwanted vine.

  • Reply March 19, 2013


    Sangiovese from Tuscany

  • Reply March 20, 2013


    canadian ice wine or germany einswein.
    just. plain. awesome.
    expensive but slight imdulgence

  • Reply March 21, 2013

    Chris G.

    I’d say USA or Spain. Eh, USA because ‘MERICA!

  • France, Rhone Valley!

  • Reply March 25, 2013

    Cassandra Wallace

    I fell in love with Moscato when I lived in Italy 20 years ago. Love my Italian wines.

  • Reply March 25, 2013


    Gruner Veltliner from Austria, GSM’s from Paso Robles, Syrah’s from Santa Ynez, French Chablis….I could go on!

  • Reply March 25, 2013


    my favorite wine comes from Russian River Valley – Cabernet Sauvignons are the best!!

  • Reply March 29, 2013


    My favorite wine comes from Italy… home of fantastic wines and also the birthplace of my sweetie ;)!

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