We’re going virtual – yet mouthwateringly delicious!

Tix on sale now – at MV Chamber office only! Pick up your beer & wine from MV Chamber office
April 14 & 15, 12-4pm.

On April 15-16, one of Mill Valley’s iconic events, the 39th Annual Mill Valley Wine, Beer and Gourmet Food Tasting returns – with a delicious twist! Invite your friends to join you – indoors or out. ​

It’s back, it’s virtual, and as always it’s sponsored by Mill Valley Market with proceeds supporting the Mill Valley Chamber and Kiddo!, the Mill Valley Schools Community Foundation.

This year’s event features two at-home, one-hour tastings – one with ultra-premium wines, one with the latest craft beers and both with tasty specialty snacks. Each tasting is led by expert moderators and cutting-edge winemakers and brewers to make for an entertaining, educational and delicious event.

It gets even better: Each ticket buyer will receive a reusable tote with 2 bottles of fine wine or 7 cans of artisan beer and an array of delicious food bites.

Shareable-size totes full of goodies are available for pickup April 14 1-5 pm or April 15 from 1-4 pm at the Mill Valley Chamber office, 85 Throckmorton Ave.

Tasting Details:

THURSDAY, APRIL 15 – 6-7 PM

Join local Mill Valley brewers Rob Lightner and Paul Liszewski of East Brother Beer Co. and Justin Catalana of Fort Point Beer Co. to learn about their popular brews and beer making. Moderator Jamison Kester of Almanac Beer Co. will lead the discussion and talk about Almanac’s farm to barrel beer.

Partner up (or not): 3 cans of East Brother’s – Bo Pils, new release Maibock, Oatmeal Stout + 1 can of Almanac’s Love Hazy + 3 cans of Fort Point – Sfizio Italian Pils, Dipper Double IPA, Strawberry Darling + specialty snacks – $39


FRIDAY, APRIL 16 TASTING – 6-7 PM

Acclaimed winemakers Michael McNeill of Hanzell Vineyards and Anthony Filberti of Anthill Farms Winery will be joined by Matt Straus of Saturday Wine to discuss and answer questions about their award-winning wines.

Invite another couple (or not): 1 bottle of 2018 Hanzell Sonoma Valley Chardonnay + 1 bottle of 2019 Anthill Farms Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir + specialty snacks $99


Delicious snacks to pair with either tasting – or both!

While deliciousness in liquid form is at the heart of the WBGFT, food always plays a major part of the event, and this year’s no different. As accompaniment to the incredible array of craft beers and ultra-premium wine, some of the Bay Area’s most renowned food brands are serving up some tasty snacks, including Toma Cheese from Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Co., Parmesan Crisps from Sonoma Creamery, Roasted Sunflower Kernels from IOTA, Organic Chile Cheese Corn Chips from RW Garcia, Chocolate Bars from TCHO Chocolate and Canned Mackerel, Regenerative Organic Certified Chile Mango and new Breadfruit Crackers, all from Patagonia Provisions.

Kiddo!, the Mill Valley Schools Community Foundation, is a non-profit 501(c3) organization made up of parents, teachers, business people, and active members of the community who raise funds to supplement limited school budgets. Kiddo! funds vital programs and teachers for K-8 schools – including art, music, drama, poetry, dance, P.E., technology, classroom aides and library aides.

Whether it is a large corporation, a retail business, a service provider or an independent professional, the Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce is here to advocate for and provide your business with an array of unique marketing opportunities to reach both residents and visitors. We have a strong relationship with the City of Mill Valley, a dedicated Board of Directors, talented staff and growing membership, and we welcome you.

For the newbies, here’s a taste of the amazing wineries, breweries, restaurants, gourmet food providers, ​sponsors and partners at past editions of this event:

Wineries