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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.

Editor’s Note: Travel, dining and wine tasting can be complicated right now. Use our inspirational ideas to plan ahead for your next outing, be it this week or next year. If you visit restaurants, wineries, and other businesses during the pandemic, remember to call ahead, make reservations, wear a mask and social distance.

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