Music, live painting, food and of course wine.
The Campbell attracted visitors and residents alike to the event, with many noting the ambiance, the wine selection and the great weather as reasons for attending last night and at previous Wine Walks.
"The event was very successful," Dana Smith said. Smith, who is the owner of was involved in the event's coordination and organization. "It was like a resort atmosphere. Everyone was together and happy. People were just more relaxed and enjoying the evening."
There were 28 businesses participating and 28 wineries visiting and about 1,000 tickets were sold to the event, Smith said, with about half sold the night of. The event is put on and benefits the Downtown Campbell Business Association.
Rick Benavides came down from South San Francisco to visit his brother, Campbell resident Vic Benavides and see friends at the wine walk.
Gitte Dunn and Shannon Gomez, both from Campbell made the event their second one, noting that the Fall Wine Walk made them want to come back.