Artisan Specialty Food Vendors Dish Up Incredible Edibles

Shampa's Pies

Fans of true artisan-produced food know it simply doesn’t get any better than the gourmet specialty food extravaganza at the Mountain View Art & Wine Festival, September 10-11, on Castro Street.

Artisan-crafted foods are prepared in small batches from personally-nurtured recipes, often from scratch, using the world’s finest ingredients.

For festivalgoers, it’s the perfect opportunity to sample and purchase these incredible edibles—as well as chat with the actual producer—while strolling and savoring this world-class festival.

Artisan food purveyors include:

California Balsamic

California Balsamic

California Balsamic combines fruit essential oils, rice bran oil and 25 star balsamic to make our delicious vinaigrettes. We use fresh garlic, peppers, red onions, cucumbers, basil, dill and cilantro to infuse our dark and white balsamic. Thomas' favorite is the Sweet Heat.
JerkyJerks

JerkyJerks

JerkyJerks, founded in 1997, features over 50 flavors of gourmet beef jerky. All Jerky made from Top Sirloin Steak, with heat ranging from 0-10.
Life of Spice

Life of Spice

What happens when an adventure-seeking artist collides with a like-minded gourmet chef? They combine their world travel experiences and talents into an incredible new venture – Life of Spice! These specialty cards and spices are the perfect gift for travel-lovers who appreciate art and enjoy exotic flavors.
Primo's Gourmet Food Company

Primo's Gourmet Food Company

Gary Riccomi, the owner of Primo’s Gourmet Food Company has been creating original recipes for over 23 years. Primo’s product line includes Dip, Rubs, Stuffed Olives, Pickled Garlic, Mustards, Sauces and Marinades. We even have a dry Salsa blend.

Mountain View Art and Wine Festival, 50th Anniversary Spectacular

Mountain View Art & Wine Festival
"A Festival Like No Other"
Saturday, September 10, 11am-7pm
Sunday, September 11, 10am-6pm
Castro Street, Mountain View, CA