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BottleRock unveils its 2018 food, wine and brews lineup

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The 2018 Napa Valley BottleRock festival, presented by JaM Cellars, released its lineup of food, wine, craft brews and spirits Monday.

“Each year we continue to raise the bar with our culinary offerings,” said Jason Scoggins, BottleRock Napa Valley and BottleRock Presents partner in a news release. “The Napa Valley has a wealth of talented chefs, vintners, and craft brewers that we are fortunate to call friends and neighbors.”

The event runs from May 25 through May 27, and most general admission tickets are sold out.

The three-day general admission passes sold out in less than a day, as did the single-day admission tickets for May 26 and May 27. The one-day VIP passes are sold-out as well.

There are still a few single-day tickets left for May 25; you can purchase them here for $149 plus a $24 fee.

This year features a wide array of dining, wine and brews options.

Cuisines range from Japanese to Italian to Spanish to Mexican to American to Mediterranean to Vietnamese, including plenty of options for vegans and vegetarians, the release says.

Here are some of the eateries featured this year:

  • Morimoto Napa
  • Bouchon Bakery
  • Estate Events by Meadowood
  • La Toque
  • Mustards Grill
  • Oenotri
  • Hurley’s Restaurant
  • Torc
  • La Taberna
  • Cole’s Chop House
  • The Q Restaurant and Bar
  • Bounty Hunter Wine Bar & Smokin’ BBQ
  • Angéle
  • Boon Fly Cafe/FARM
  • Goose & Gander
  • Bistro Don Giovanni
  • Tarla Mediterranean Bar & Grill
  • Redd Wood
  • Miminashi
  • Napa Palisades Saloon
  • Stone Brewing Co.
  • Southside Café
  • Jax White Mule Diner
  • Taqueria Rosita
  • Il Posto Trattoria
  • Eight Noodle Shop
  • Kara’s Cupcakes
  • Bui Bistro
  • Foodshed
  • The Farmer’s Wife
  • Ristorante Allegria
  • Ben & Jerry’s
  • Sweetie Pies

Food trucks will also be on-site.

“BottleRock is the perfect place to enjoy your known favorites and to explore the new. This year is no exception as we’ll debut our new Rosé, California Candy, alongside the crowd favorites of Butter Chardonnay, JaM Cabernet, and Toast Sparkling,” said John Truchard CEO of JaM Cellars.

Wineries include:

  • Miner Family Winery
  • Silver Oak Cellars
  • St. Supéry Estate Vineyards & Winery
  • Del Dotto Vineyards
  • Chappellet Winery
  • Schramsberg Vineyards
  • Amuse Bouche
  • Coup de Foudre
  • Beaulieu Vineyard
  • Cliff Lede Vineyards
  • Blackbird Vineyards
  • Domaine Chandon
  • Stags’ Leap Winery
  • Etude Wines
  • Sterling Vineyards
  • The Prisoner
  • Starmont Winery & Vineyards
  • Hess Collection
  • Napa Cellars
  • Smith Devereaux Wines

Craft brewers include:

  • Lagunitas Brewing Company
  • Coors Light
  • Hop Valley Brewing Co.
  • Saint Archer Brewing Company
  • Crispin Cider Co.
  • Blue Moon Brewing Company
  • Ballast Point Brewing Company
  • 21st Amendment Brewery
  • Stone Brewing Co.
  • Green Flash Brewing Company
  • Heretic Brewing Company
  • Ninkasi Brewing Company
  • Drake’s Brewing Company
  • Fort Point Brewing Company
  • Napa Palisades Beer Company
  • Tannery Bend Beerworks
  • Berryessa Brewing Company
  • Mare Island Brewing Co.
  • 101 North Brewing Company
  • New Belgium Brewing Company
  • Knee Deep Brewing Co.
  • Fieldwork Brewing Co.
  • Napa Smith Brewery
  • Karl Strauss Brewing Company
  • Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co.
  • Angel City Brewery
  • Calicraft Brewing Co.
  • Pyramid Brewing Company
  • Seismic Brewing Company
  • Barrels & Sons Brewery
  • Barrel Brothers Brewing Company

BottleRock will also have a bourbon bar, featuring Knob Creek, Basil Hayden’s, Jim Beam, Baker’s Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey and Booker’s Bourbon, according to the news release.

Check out the daily music lineup here.

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