This is a past event.

2006 Futures Release Party 

Sat., June 21 2008

We have the bottles in from China, and the bottling date is scheduled!
Release Party: June 21st - 12:00-5:00pm

Soon, you will be contacted on the date that the bottles will be available for you to pickup. For those of you that need your wines shipped, we will reach out to you to pay for shipping fees and find out when it's convenient for your schedule. Weather will also play into our shipping decisions, especially since we're experiencing these wonderful 90 degree days here in Northern California!

The much anticipated Futures Release Party is scheduled for June 21st. However, you need not wait for the release party to pick up your purchases, the wines are yours to take now. Please visit during regular tasting hours or call ahead of time for pickups.
Five local artists all displaying their work, two local musicians jamming on their guitar, all new wines to be tasted and enjoyed, a party not to miss!



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