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Wine & Latin Food: They Said It Would Never Last

LOS ANGELES, July 6 /PRNewswire/ --

    What:        AltaMed Health Services will host the Fourth Annual East LA
                 Meets Napa celebration, featuring the diversity of Latin
                 cuisine from Los Angeles area restaurants coupled with fine
                 wine from Latino-owned or -operated Napa wineries.  Attended
                 by more than 1,000 wine and culinary enthusiasts, East LA
                 Meets Napa speaks to the ongoing preference among aficionados
                 to pair wine with Latin food instead of beer or margaritas.
                 Attendees will also enjoy entertainment and wonderful
                 conversation in one of Los Angeles' most historic venues -
                 Union Station.

                 The first official event to celebrate the pairing of wine
                 with Latin cuisine, East LA Meets Napa has historically been
                 a showcase for emerging wineries and culinary talents.  Many
                 of the participating business owners share an immigrant
                 experience, with some of the winemakers working their way up
                 from the fields.  The event provides these entrepreneurs with
                 the opportunity to come together to support AltaMed's mission
                 - providing quality, culturally relevant health care to
                 underserved populations throughout Southern California. This
                 event will sell out.

    When:        Friday, July 10, 2009
                 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.

    Where:       Union Station
                 800 N Alameda St.
                 Los Angeles, CA 90012

    Who:         Castulo De La Rocha, CEO AltaMed Health Services
                 Wine Industry Representatives
                 Latino Winery and Restaurant Owners
                 Music by Jose Rizo and the Jazz on the Latin Side All Stars
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