Girl Scout Cookie and Wine Walk at Alameda Point, February 15, 2020
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Girl Scout Cookie and Wine Walk at Alameda Point, February 15, 2020


Alameda, CA – Girl Scouts of Northern California (GSNorCal) is proud to bring the first Cookie and Wine Walk to the Island City, in partnership with local wineries Building 43 Winery, Urban Legend Cellars, and Rock Wall Wine Company on February 15, 2020 from 1-5 PM. The walk will feature tastings at each winery with specially selected wines paired with four of Girl Scouts’ world-famous cookies: Thin Mints®, Samoas®, Trefoils®, and Tagalongs®.

Tickets cost $25 and are available via Eventbrite. Each ticket includes a walking map and tasting passport, a commemorative glass, a raffle ticket, and four wine pairings with Girl Scout Cookies. The winning raffle ticket will receive a GSNorCal branded duffel bag with a box of every GSNorCal cookie (8 boxes total), a bottle of wine, and Emma Frisch’s cookbook Feast by Firelight.

Spend an afternoon wandering Spirits Alley at the former Alameda Naval Air Station (aka Alameda Point), sampling local wines and supporting both local businesses and Girl Scouts’ entrepreneurship! This is an event for adults 21 and over. Girl Scouts will be selling cookies along the walking route but will not be on any premises where drinks are served.  All profits from ticket sales will stay with Girl Scouts of Northern California to further support experiences for girls.

To purchase tickets, visit norcal.gs/cookie-wine-walk. For media inquiries, contact Ash Redfield at aredfield@gsnorcal.org or call 800.447.4475, ext. 1606.

We’re Girl Scouts of Northern California

Girl Scouts of Northern California is 73,000 strong—44,000 girls and 29,000 adults who believe in the power of every girl. We work with girls to develop life skills in financial independence, healthy living, and STEM in a 19-county area, from Gilroy to the Oregon border.  To learn more, visit www.gsnorcal.org.

Building 43 Winery is a veteran-owned artisan winery located in Alameda Point. Specializing in hand-crafted varietals from the Contra Costa and Sierra Foothills regions, they focus on traditional techniques, select vineyards, and extensive use of oak barrels. Visit building43winery.com.

Established in 2008, the Rock Wall Wine Company is part of a burgeoning urban winemaking scene. This boutique winery produces ultra-premium wines from multiple California growing regions. Shauna Rosenblum is the winemaker for Rock Wall. Visit rockwallwines.com.

Urban legends are remarkable but often apocryphal stories that spread like wildfire. Urban Legend Cellars is a winery in a city—almost an apocryphal story in itself—that makes remarkable wines. Their handcrafted wines salute the varied flavors of California. Visit www.ulcellars.com.