Following is a list of vendors from our 2019 Festival. Watch for participating 2020 vendors as that information becomes available.
2019 Ramona Art & Wine Festival Vendors
All handmade and wine/art/food themed: handbags and totes, embroidered tea towels, shopping totes and personal lip balm and hand sanitizer holders, decorated light-up wine bottles, wreaths, printed wine bottle carry bags and t-shirts, small painted signs, local honey (no samples given), decorative rustic crosses, wine scented soaps and candles, wood cheese platters, melted/fused wine bottle appetizer plates, wall plaques, bottle holders & wine bottle wind chimes, jams. Again, all items are handmade and wine/food related.
Aiko Silk Art
Aiko Silk Art is a new, local business who will provide the opportunity for you at the Festival to make your own water marbled silk scarf/table runner. They also sell finished ones of a kind water marbled silk scarves/table runners, made by them (Lori and Cindy Parker). You will leave with a piece of fine art that you make yourself, or that we have made at the Festival. This is their first appearance at the Ramona Art and Wine Festival.
Amor Mi Vida Farm
Succulent arrangements. “We share our love of succulents through our creative arrangements.”
Artisan skin and hair products. Bath and beauty line made in small batches, with the best ingredients.
Joyce T. Strand Author
Local author Joyce T. Strand in conjunction with Unicorn Gifts and Books will offer her mysteries, including the most recent set in Ramona to be released at the Festival—the second Emily Lazzaro mystery.
Kevin Boling Charcuterie Boards
Kevin Boling is offering handcrafted reclaimed wood Charcuterie Boards. Recycling has been his passion for more than 40 years. The Reclaimed Wood Charcuterie Boards are the perfect addition for the 21st Century entertainer.
Ramona Gold Olive Oil
Olive oil made in the traditional manner from handpicked Frantoio, Leccino, Moraiolo, Picholine and Pendolino olives.
Ramona H.E.A.R.T. Mural Project
The Ramona H.E.A.R.T. Mural Project is a 501(c) (3) non-profit corporation with the mission to celebrate Ramona’s cultural heritage through an outdoor visual arts program that today includes hand-painted wall murals and mini-murals on utility boxes throughout the town. The proceeds from the Festival will benefit Ramona.
Ramona Valley Vineyard Association (RVVA)
The RVVA was founded in 2001 to focus on community, education, sustainable operation of vineyards and wineries, and taking a leadership role within the San Diego County wine grape industry.
San Diego Olive Oil
Extra Virgin Olive Oil in plain, garlic, blood orange, rosemary, jalapeno, habenero. And balsamic vinegar in plain, blueberry, pear & plum.
Wine ornaments for bottles, vinyl signs, Christmas gnomes.
Handcrafted gourmet foods. Sweetly Sauced’s products are made from locally sourced produce using only the freshest ingredients.
Taylor Made in Descanso
Aromatherapy, bath products, holistic healing, upcycled crafts.