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Santa Barbara Food & Wine Weekend

April 12, 2014 Food & Beverage No Comments Email Email

Much about what makes Santa Barbara County’s culinary community so unique remains a well-kept secret; until now. Bacara is pleased to introduce the Santa Barbara Food & Wine Weekend from June 6-8, 2014.

This three-day culinary event will feature cooking classes, wine tastings and educational seminars by the County’s top talent in addition to a
special tribute to Julia Child. A portion of the proceeds will benefit The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary163442_num692155_600x600 Arts.www.BacaraCulinaryWeekend.com.

New Spa Menu
At 42,000 square feet, it’s one of the largest spas on the West Coast. And with added features such as an ocean view rooftop terrace, a zero-edge saline pool and an organic Spa Café, it’s also one of the most luxurious. Today, Bacara is further enhancing its spa experience with a new menu of services inspired by the beautiful Gaviota Coast it calls
home. This begins with the spa’s new Rooftop Terrace where a variety of open-air treatments are complemented by cool sea breezes and stunning ocean views. In addition to services, the terrace offers two private lounge areas for European sunbathing and relaxation. In the spring, a rooftop Mud Bar with a selection of self-applied marine muds will also be available.

Foley Wine Tasting Room
California’s famed wine country comes to Bacara’s front door! The Foley Food & Wine Society Wine Tasting Room features tastings of Foley Family Wines, including Kuleto Estate, Chalk Hill Estate and Lancaster Estate, in the most luxurious of settings. Guests can taste and purchase wines, as well as utilize a personalized concierge service for wine outings,
cooking classes, reserve tastings and other luxury experiences.

Chumash Nature Trail
Bacara is honored to partner with local Chumash artists, weavers, writers, photographers and herbalists to install a self-guided Chumash Nature Trail on its beautiful 78-acre property. The quarter-mile trail offers informative signs that demonstrate the uses of specific plants in Chumash culture, all of which grow onsite at Bacara. Because the Chumash people of today walk in both traditional and modern worlds, plants revered for their ancient uses now play equally important roles in contemporary Chumash life. Bacara’s Chumash Nature Trail is slated for installation fall 2014.

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