A Taste of Monterey Wine Market & Bistro
We invite you to come in and discover the culinary delights of Monterey Wine Country. Take in the magnificent ocean's edge location while sampling locally-sourced wine and food. An entire wall of windows overlooks the majestic Monterey Bay, providing a stunning backdrop for a wine tasting and/or dinning adventure. Housed in a renovated circa 1918 sardine cannery and showcases over 95 Monterey County wineries. Features: Premium Wine Tasting - $10 Sampler Flight (waived with purchase of 2 bottles) Reserve Wine Tasting - $20 Reserve Flight (waived with purchase of 2 bottles) Wine Country Cuisine- Small Plates, Flatbread Pizzas, Artisan Cheeses - Click here for Information and Menu Wines by the glass Local Craft Beers Panoramic view of the Monterey Bay/Pacific Ocean Table seating Large selection of wine, gifts, gourmet foods and wine accessories Private tastings and events 4000 sq. ft. of event space with catering Other information: Featuring over 95 local wineries Monterey theme gift center and winery information Winery maps & tour information One block from the Monterey Bay Aquarium on Cannery Row
Located in the heart of Monterey, California.
- This regional wine market and bistro is Cannery Row's 2nd largest attraction and is a must see when in Monterey.
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Given that all but one of the county’s AVAs are located in the Salinas Valley, Salinas was the logical choice for a second location that opened in 2000. The Oldtown Salinas center is located just blocks from Steinbeck’s boyhood home and adjacent to the famed National Steinbeck Center, inside a 110 year old historic building.
When Bobbie Flay, celebrity chef and host of the Food Network’s Food Nation series, decided to feature Monterey in an episode, Ken was called on to present and pair the area’s wines with local cuisine. It was a natural fit, and A Taste of Monterey had its debut on national television. “We are so proud of our area’s heritage and the unique foods and wines that reflect the many cultures that call Monterey County home,” says Ken. “It was fun to work with Bobby Flay and see how taken he was with the whole experience.