OMG! The Holidays are almost upon Us…

2016 Holiday Season Deals
2016 Holiday Season Deals

Last I remember we finished harvest, crushed the grapes and started making the wine...  and NOW we're in December with the Holidays just around the corner.

"Tempus fugits" a little faster now-a-days.

Well with the reality striking us, it's time to announce this year's Holiday specials and wow they're some sweet gift giving deals. BTW "WC" on the chalk board above stands for "Wine Club". These are esteemed members of the Wine Tree Farm Wine Club.

Our wines make excellent present's for friends and family and we're also throwing in gift wrapping. How can we do all of that, you ask? Well we've trained our dogs Otis and Marley to assist. It's been a tough slog, but we've at least got them to the "Fetch the wrapping paper" stage.

But Wait! Not only can you send bottles of our fabulous wines, but we also offer gift certificates to our fantastic Wine Blending Glasses. People are paying $1,000's to attend these classes at sea (OK, so that's primarily for the cruise tickets) where I also teach Wine Blending, when I'm not minding the vineyard and winery.

So take a break from the Holiday rush, stop by for a tasting and ponder which of our terrific Holiday gifts to send to those on your favorites list.

-Corinne

 

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