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Wine Country Favorite Pigs & Pinot Returns to Healdsburg

Now in its 15th year, Charlie Palmer’s annual Pigs & Pinot event is one of the hottest tickets in Wine Country.

Due to coronavirus concerns, Pigs & Pinot has been postponed.

Message from event organizers regarding coronavirus on Thursday, March 12, at 1 p.m: Following advisory from Sonoma County’s public health officer on Wednesday, March 11, out of an abundance of caution, Chef Charlie Palmer will postpone his 15th Annual Pigs & Pinot scheduled for March 20-21 at Hotel Healdsburg. New dates will be determined as the path to containment unfolds. With well-being as a crucial ingredient to conscientious hospitality, it was a difficult but clear choice.

Charlie Palmer’s annual Pigs & Pinot event, pairing pork dishes with great bottles of vino, is one of the hottest tickets in Wine Country. Now in its 15th year, the event benefits a variety of local charities. This year, it will take place March 20-21 in Healdsburg and feature bottles from more than 60 wineries and 20+ chefs. Click through the above gallery for a taste of the upcoming event.

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