Coast Hills
2018 Rancho Vino

2018 Rancho Vino

Join us for CoastHills Community Foundation's twelfth annual Rancho Vino, showcasing what happens when our credit union and our community combine their passion to make a difference in our neighbors' lives. Sip some wine, indulge in exceptional hors d'oeuvres by Chef Rick Manson and relax to a serenade of music with the gorgeous vineyards as your backdrop. 

Saturday, October 13, 2018
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Presqu'ile Winery, Santa Maria

Tickets are $150 per person.
Sponsorship opportunities available.

For the fourth year in a row, we are proud to partner with Presqu'ile Winery and the Murphy Family, who have donated two limited release vintages of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay - co-branded Generous Harvest - especially for the evening. There is no auction, only more bottles of Generous Harvest to purchase. Add an extra bottle or case and you could walk away with a special prize package.

Inspired by the enormous impact the Marian Emergency Services Expansion Project will have on our community, all proceeds from this year's event will once again support Marian's efforts to meet increasing demand for state-of-the-art emergency care on the Central Coast.

Last year, Rancho Vino raised over $72,000 to benefit the Marian Emergency Services Expansion Project and included many memorable moments. For more information Rancho Vino 2017, click here.

Questions? Contact Amanda Hollingworth, Community Relations Officer, at, or call (805) 875-6102.

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Colliers International
CO-OP Financial Services
CU Direct (CUDL)

Froboese Realty Advisors
Lending Solutions, Inc. (LSI)
Par North America

Timo's Auto Sales
Xpress Data Inc. (XDI)

Check out some photos from last year's event below.

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Rancho Vino wine station

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Rancho Vino desserts

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