<em>10th Annual Taste of the Vine</em> event will raise funds for Sansum Diabetes Research Institute.

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10th Annual Taste of the Vine event will raise funds for Sansum Diabetes Research Institute.

Vine and Dine

10th Annual Taste of the Vine to Raise Funds for Sansum Diabetes Research Institute

A stunning setting atop the Summerland bluffs will play host to this weekend’s 10th Annual Taste of the Vine & Auction. A fundraiser/soirée for the Sansum Diabetes Research Institute (SDRI), the event will feature a selection of delectable food and drink from the Central Coast’s finest wineries, breweries, and restaurants, music by Society Jazz, and a live auction hosted by area media personality John Palminteri as this year’s special-guest auctioneer. Proceeds from tickets ($75-$85) will benefit the SDRI’s medical research efforts to help prevent, treat, and cure diabetes. The tasting runs from 3-7 p.m. on Saturday, August 20, at QAD Inc. (2111 Ortega Hill Rd.). Call 682-7640 x243 for more info.

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2111 Ortega Hill Road, Summerland, CA
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