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There's A Wine Fest With Food Trucks And Music Heading To Union Station

Union Station Lobby (Photo by Frank Hsu via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr)
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Sample wines from dozens of vineyards while feasting from gourmet food trucks at beautiful Union Station as part of a new wine festival later this month.The inaugural Uncorked LA Wine Festival will take place on Saturday, January 23rd, offering the chance to sip varietals from 50 wineries from both California and international makers. You'll also be able to chow down on bites from a line-up of food trucks like The Grilled Cheese Truck, Mandoline Grill, Rice Balls Of Fire and Border Grill, and enjoy live music, all in the beautiful setting of the historic station.

General admission for the wine fest is from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and the $55 ticket includes the wine tastings, though food must be purchased separately. Or if you prefer going the VIP route, you can get an extra hour of wine starting at 5 p.m. for $65. A portion of the proceeds goes towards MOSTE, a non-profit mentoring program that helps girls in underserved communities achieve success in school and beyond.

Tickets for the event can be purchased here, and you can find out more about the winemakers that will be making an appearance on the Uncorked Facebook page. Uncorked recently hosted an event in Phoenix, and later this year, they'll be bring the wine fest to San Diego, San Francisco and Kansas City.

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