Cystic Fibrosis Foundation to host festival Aug. 13

The San Diego chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is hosting Uncork the Cure, its annual food and wine celebration, on Aug. 13. The event will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. at the San Diego Wine and Culinary Center, 200 Harbor Drive.

Guests can sample a variety of fine wines and beers, perfectly paired with food from area restaurants. There will also be a silent auction featuring rare wines and other unique packages.

Participating wineries and breweries include Angeles Wine Agency, BJ’s Brewery, J. Lohr Vineyards, Moet Hennessey, Saint James Spirits and Wiens Family Cellars. Restaurants include Basic Urban Kitchen, Cupcake Love, Jaymes Gastropub, Oceanaire Seafood Room, Restaurant at the Pearl, TOAST and many more.

Tickets are $50. An $85 VIP ticket includes parking, a private sushi-making demonstration by Executive Sous Chef Sean Langlais of Oceanaire, a champagne toast and premium wines all evening.

For tickets, call 452-2873.

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