CACHE uncorks first Wine and Art Walk

(Rigo Moran)

The Center for Art, Culture and History of Exeter hosts its first Wine and Art Walk on April 27, featuring local wines, art displays and historical storytelling

EXETER – CACHE is raising a glass to local history with its first Wine and Art Walk to showcase some local wines and artwork, as well as paint historical narratives with a picturesque stroll through town.

Community members can step into the world of art and wine as Exeter’s Center for Art, Culture and History, known as CACHE, invites the community to its very first “Wine and Art Walk” on Saturday, April 27, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Tickets are available for purchase at $50 each, or $80 for two tickets. Bookmark tickets can be acquired at the Exeter Chamber of Commerce located at 101 West Pine Street, or they can be bought at the CACHE location on 125 South B Street. They are also available on the CACHE website at

During the display, wine, accompanied by light appetizers, will be served at four historic Exeter homes on South E Street, culminating at Monet’s Wine Bistro at 120 South E Street with champagne and additional art. The featured wines include Justin, Caymus, Daou, Austin Hope and others.

Guests will receive their official ticket, program and souvenir wine glass upon presenting their bookmark at the first home, which is located at 463 South E Street.

The museum board hosts quarterly art exhibitions showcasing local and regional artists, while its historical displays aim to recount the stories of the people and events that have shaped Tulare County. CACHE invites everyone to explore and experience the rich culture of Exeter.

Formerly known as the Exeter Art Gallery and Museum Association, CACHE rebranded in 2023 to focus on its new mission of highlighting the art, culture and history of California’s heartland.

For more information, contact CACHE at [email protected] or 559-592-5900.

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