Barbera Festival Winery Registration

Wineries can pour anything Barbera! Sparkling, White, Rosé, Sparkling, Blends, and Reds. Must be labeled Barbera.

• Two event wine glasses and handstamps for two representatives to attend and enjoy the event. Additional persons must purchase event tickets in advance. A $10 winery code discount will be provided for additional tickets.
• A shaded 8’ table with table coverings provided to each winery. Please note two wineries will share an 8’ table.
• Pour bucket; water pitcher.
• One chair per winery will be provided.
• If the day is exceptionally warm, ice will be provided as needed. Ice buckets are not provided.
• Pours must have a current RBS training registered with the California ABC.
• Complimentary access to WITHWINE App. The app will feature the main event program, wine tasting map, and wine tasting tracker with your winery logo and bottle shots. Consumers can keep their own record of wines they tasted, liked, and loved, notes from their tasting experience at your booth, and links to purchase wines at the event, all while keeping your hands free to better enjoy your tasting experience. Dustin from WITHWINE will be contacting you to set up your personalized Barbera Events Page.

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Price: $ 50.00
Liability Agreement 1. Compliance with Laws; Manner of Conduct . At a ll times in connection with any of the aforementioned events (the "Event"), Sponsors, Vendors and their assistants, Caterers and assistants and employees and agents (“Participant”), wil l abide by all applicable laws, rules , regulations and ordinances, includi ng travel to and from the Event. This includes, but is not limited to, payment of all government fees and taxes associated with doing business as a vendor or caterer. The Event is no t liable for any taxes or fees. 2. Use of Premises . Participant agrees to abide by all rules and deadlines detailed in the set - up instructions established by the event management and that any items left on premises is done so at the Participant’s risk . Eve nt and Sponsor are not responsible for any lost or stolen equipment. 3. Acknowledgement of Risk . Participant understands that there are certain dangers and risks, including serious injury or death, inherent in the activities associated with the Event, whi ch may arise before, during and/or following the Event, including but not limited to alcohol consumption, auto travel; Participant 's own actions, inactions and/or negligence; the actions, inactions and or negligence of Participant 's employees and agents, ( iv) the actions, inactions and/or negligence of the Sponsor, (v) the actions, inactions and/or negligence of others, and/or (vi) automobile travel. 4. Waiver of Claims . In exchange for the goodwill and publicity Participant shall receive from the Event, P articipant hereby voluntarily and willingly assumes any and all responsibility for all risks and dangers associated with Participant 's participation in the event, or the participation of Participant 's employees or agents. For the benefit of Sponsor, and Sponsor's volunteers, employees, members, managers, successors and assigns ("Released Parties"), Participant waives any right to recover from, shall refrain from and shall not assert against Released Parties, and forever releases Released Parties, from any claim or cause of action of any kind or nature whatsoever. Participant also acknowledges that Sponsor does not provide personal accident/health insurance for Participant s, and Participant assumes per sonal financial responsibility for any medical care or treatment Participant , or Participant 's employees or agents, may require as the result of participation in the Event. 5. General Release . Participant intends through this agreement to release fully, f inally and forever, in the manner described herein, all claims as described in this agreement. 6. Indemnification . Participant shall indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Sponsor, and Sponsor's volunteers, employees, successors and assigns from all liabili ty, claims, damages and expenses (including attorney’s fees, expert witness fees and expenses) arising from or related to any acts by Participant or Participant 's employees and agents related to the event. 7. Insurance . Participant wineries and caterers s hall procure and maintain in full force and effect at all times relevant to this agreement the following policies of insurance: (1) Certificate of Liability Insurance with minimum limits of at least $1,000,000 per occurrence, (2) Automobile Liability Insur ance as required by the State of California , and (3) Workers’ Compensation Insurance, as required by the State of California. 8. Additional Insured Endorsement . Sponsor shall be added to Participant’s Certificate of Liability Insurance, as an additional insured with regard to liability and defense of suits or claims arising out of the Event, or transportation to or from the Facilities. An Additional Insured Endorsement, consistent with the terms of this agreement, shall be provided to Event management , in a form reasonably satisfactory to Sponsor. 9. Emergency Services . Participant acknowledges and agrees that Sponsor will not provide medical personnel at the location of the Event. Participant further acknowledges and agrees that Sponsor is granted permission to authorize emergency medical treatment for Participant or Participant 's employees or agents, if necessary, and that such action by Sponsor is subject to the terms of this agreement. 10. Miscellaneous . This agreement shall be governed by, interpreted under, and construed and enforceable in accordance with the laws of the State of California. In the event that any phrase, clause, sentence, section, article or other portion o f this agreemen t shall be held invalid or unenforceable, for any reason, by any court of competent jurisdiction, such holding shall not invalidate or render unenforceable any other provision hereo