The Sandy Springs Wine Festival will be holding its inaugural wine tasting event Sunday, October 1st, 2023 from 2:00-5:00 PM at Heritage Green in Sandy Springs, GA.
The event will be held outside on the Entertainment Lawn of Heritage Green, 6110 Blue Stone Road, Sandy Springs, GA. 30328.
There are two (2) parts to the Festival: A VIP Tasting from 2:00-3:00 PM and a General Admissions Tasting from 3:00-5:00 PM.
Must be 21+ years of age to attend. A Valid ID must be shown before entering the event. This event is rain or shine, no refunds. No pets and no strollers allowed.
Strongly encourage ride-share. Parking will be available at the City Springs parking deck and the South lot.
Indulge in the enchanting world of wines at our upcoming Sandy Springs Wine Festival, where we blend passion, flavors, and festivities into an extraordinary celebration. We cordially invite you to explore our exclusive Sponsorship opportunities and become an integral part of this remarkable inaugural event.
The VIP Tasting will encompass wines from local cellars, valued at $75 and above, and not commonly found in the marketplace. Proceeds from the VIP Tasting will be dedicated to Solidarity Sandy Springs, a non-profit 501c3 organization. VIP participants will receive a swag bag with sponsor promotions and information & discounts from Sandy Springs businesses.
The General Tasting will include over 100 wines provided by Georgia-based distributors and some distinguished wineries. Local restaurants will also be in attendance to provide light fare, along with live music. Each ticket holder will receive Sandy Springs Wine Festival glass for use at the event.
Anna LaPrad was born and raised in Rock Hill, South Carolina. She has had a deep passion for music from a young age and grew up singing in church. At age 19, Anna bought her first guitar and shifted from writing poetry to writing songs. “Music has always been the voice of my emotions – it’s how I cope with any problems that life throws at me,” says Anna.
In the summer of 2006, Anna started singing competitively in and around Rock Hill. She won first place in the local Colgate County Showdown and went on to win several other competitions in the following years.
After high school graduation, Anna attended college and studied psychology, keeping bigger dreams in the back of her mind. She took piano classes, while minoring in music, and found the time to take guitar lessons on the side.
Through playing the Nashville area, Anna has already managed to build a large fan base. “I’m definitely learning what it means to pay your dues and I wouldn’t trade one single second of it for anything else in the world. I can honestly say that I’m loving my life right now and wherever it may lead, I’m just here to enjoy the ride.”