This event is in the past.
Did you know that there are wineries in all 50 states, but 90% of American wine is produced in California...? (https://www.wineinstitute.org/resources/lifestyleandtravel/article501) ; In 2016, California had 602,000 acres of wine grapes including about 40 acres in Ventura County (CDFA/USDA 2016 Grape Acreage Crop Report). California is the fourth largest wine producer in the world. The industry employes 325,000 Californians and generates $57.6 billion in annual revenue. It also attracts 23.6 million tourists to our state each year, generating over $7.2 billion in tourist revenue. (http://www.wineinstitute.org/files/Wine%20Institute%20Economic%20Impact%20Highlights%202016.pdf)
There are tee shirts out there claiming that one should "Save Water. Drink Wine." For some interesting research into that subject, you might appreciate this Sacramento Bee article: http://www.sacbee.com/food-drink/wine/dunne-on-wine/article2622749.html
Meanwhile, moderate, responsible wine drinkers can contemplate a bevy of health benefits (including reduced risk of stroke, type 2 diabetes, heart attacks, and colon cancer) as they raise a glass to celebrate this auspicious occasion.