Indulge Your Inner Foodie At BottleRock Napa Valley


You probably know BottleRock Napa Valley for its incomparable lineup of famed musicians, but there’s another reason to get ridiculously excited for the festival: the food.

The Williams-Sonoma Culinary Stage will feature some of the top chefs, vintners, master sommeliers, craft brewers, and more, serving up a serious culinary experience at the three-day festival, May 29-31, 2015 right in the heart of downtown Napa.

The long list of food and wine superstars gracing the stage includes Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, Michael Mina of Michael Mina’s Tailgate, Top Chef Michael Voltaggio, Michelin-star chefs Brandon Sharp of Solbar, Ken Frank of La Toque, and Robert Curry of Auberge du Soilel, and many more. KCBS’s famed “Foodie Chap,” Liam Mayclem, will host the festivities and emcee the events, demos, performances, and spectacles throughout the festival.

Food pros aren’t the only ones getting in on the fun. Even Public Enemy’s Flavor Flav will be participating in must-see moments on the Williams-Sonoma Culinary Stage, located in the festival’s central Whole Foods Restaurant Garden. 

While noted Napa Valley restaurants like REDD and Atlas Social will join master sommeliers and wine experts like Jay James and Robert Bath in the VIP areas and Platinum Lounge, all festival guests will have the chance to feast on an array of international cuisine. From Japanese to Indian, Spanish to Vietnamese, guests will get to dig into delicacies like Morimoto Sticky Ribs, fried chicken, and pork belly sandwiches from some of the hottest restaurants within the Napa Valley and beyond.

And it wouldn’t be a Napa festival if there weren’t plenty of vino flowing. Stop by one of the many wine cabanas and beverage bars stocked with pours from Miner Family Winery and other premium vintners, including Robert Mondavi Winery, Schramsberg Vineyards, and Clos Du Val. If wine’s not your thing, no problem. You can also indulge in one of the 20 premium brews on tap in the craft brew garden or order up an artisanal cocktail. That in addition to the 70+ artists, band, and performers make sure this festival has a little something for everyone.

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