The Heart of the Gold Country

Sounds in the Vineyard

Sounds in the Vineyard

Saturday
July 15
5pm to 9pm

Bella Grace Vineyards will host “Sounds in the Vineyard” on July 15 at their wine cave tasting location in Amador County. Three Sacramento area bands will play at the festival spanning from jazz to folk. “Our vineyard is the perfect backdrop for a music and wine festival,” said Dewey Allan, manager of Bella Grace Vineyards. “We have a rare view of the Sierra Mountains from our vineyard. It is so tranquil. Between the scenery and music, people will definitely enjoy themselves.” 

Bill Walsh and Danielle Walsh His music influences span from early country rock to jazz-fusion. He has opened for Tim McGraw, Kenney Chesney, Wynona Judd and many other big names. He’ll be accompanied by Sacramento artist Danielle Walsh. Her vocal style is likened to Adele and Stevie Nicks.

Random Strangers Recognized for their eclectic sound, the Americana band fuses elements of country, roots-rock, folk, bluegrass and classic rock.

Aaron Gayden Band The band includes some of Sacramento’s best musicians who share a desire to play new music inspired by the sounds of Santana and funk bands of the ‘70s.

Admission is $25 and includes a complimentary glass of wine. The festival will be held on Saturday, July 15 from 5pm to 9pm. Pizza, wine and beer will be available for sale. Lawn chairs are welcome. Seating is limited. Located in the Sierra Foothills of Amador County, Bella Grace Vineyards has earned prestigious awards and accolades for more than a decade. Visit www.bellagracevineyards.com for more information. 

Bella Grace Vineyards
22715 Upton Road 
Plymouth, CA 95640