The events produced by Slow Food SF are a collection of educational and fundraising events aimed to increase awareness, build community and spread the word and joy of conscious eating in the Bay Area.

9th Annual Golden Glass


Saturday, June 29, 2013
1:00-5:00 pm General Public, 11:00am-1:00pm Trade


City View at the Metreon
135 4th Street, 4th floor
San Francisco, CA


$80 per person

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The Golden Glass features local, national and international sustainable wines complemented by culinary delights from the Bay Area’s top restaurants and artisan producers. Golden Glass is the annual fundraiser for Slow Food San Francisco and is open to press, trade, Slow Food members, and the general public.

The Golden Glass will celebrate the efforts of approximately 80 national and international wine producers who strive to protect, nurture, and revive the indigenous and classic varieties of their regions. Slow Food will invite the wineries based on their sustainability practice, quality, and small run production.

The wineries will be presented throughout the pavilion in national “clusters” to help attendees taste and learn about the regional and terroir nuances directly from the winemakers and proprietors themselves.

To showcase the creative culinary talents of so many of our Bay Area chefs, the Slow Food Plaza will pay homage to the open food tasting markets and food. We expect to have more than three dozen purveyors providing sample-size plates of their signature dishes, charcuteries, cheeses, olive oils, seasonal fruits, breads, pastries, and gelatos for attendees to savor throughout the afternoon.

Each year, we also host a silent auction that features wine and food products as well as experiences. Featured auction items for 2013 will include a three-night stay at a home in Abruzzo, Italy, and an instant wine cellar comprised of bottles from participating wineries.

The proceeds of the event benefit Slow Food San Francisco’s key initiatives, including the School Garden Programs and Slow Food USA’s Ark of Taste program.



In order to secure your space as a winery, restaurant, food producer, NGO, or sponsor, we must receive your participation form by May 31st. Forms can be found online at or by contacting the committee members below.

Wineries: Jeannie Cuan,
Restaurants & Food Producers: Carmen Tedesco
NGOs: Laura O’Donohue
Sponsors & Partners: Ben Henry
Silent Auction: Erin Finnegan



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