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Taste & Style Event at Citadel Outlets

Taste & Style Event at Citadel Outlets

In partnership with downtown LA-based San Antonio Winery, Los Angeles shoppers are invited to experience the Taste & Style Event at Citadel Outlets featuring an elegant blend of shopping, wine tasting and live music in the center’s VIP Lounge on Sunday, August 28.

Citadel Outlets and San Antonio Winery are inviting wine connoisseurs and shopping mavens behind the majestic castle wall for the last afternoon of Taste & Style. Held in the center’s luxury VIP Lounge from 1:00PM – 3:00PM, the event is the final in a 3-part summer series that promises an exclusive and memorable shopping experience.


“We’re blending together elements of everyone’s favorite activities – shopping, sipping and dining,” said Marketing Director Traci Markel. “This series is designed to provide extra sparkle to a day out shopping with friends and family.”

Taste & Style tickets are $25 per person and include:
– Valet Parking located on Citadel Drive across from Ruby’s Diner
– Access to the center’s private VIP Lounge – entrance across from DKNY
– Delicious pours of San Antonio Winery’s award-winning Maddalena and San Simeon wines
– Brief presentation & description of wines by San Antonio Winery representative
– Small bites
– Live instrumental music
– Special gifts and more!

Tickets may be purchased online or by visiting the Citadel Outlets Customer Service Center. Event access is restricted to patrons 21+.


“Now a historical landmark, San Antonio Winery has contributed to the fabric of the Los Angeles community for nearly 100 years, “continued Markel. “We’re thrilled to be partnering with this award-winning team for the launch of Taste & Style.”

About Citadel Outlets

Citadel Outlets is located 10 minutes south of Downtown Los Angeles on I-5 at 100 Citadel Drive, Suite 480 Los Angeles, CA 90040.

About San Antonio Winery

San Antonio Winery remains the longest and largest producing winery in Los Angeles with 99 years of winemaking under its belt, making it an essential component of the city’s cultural and historical landscape. Still at its original location on Lamar Street just minutes from Dodgers Stadium, the winery is the last vestige of the rich winemaking tradition of greater Los Angeles.