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Thursday, May 18, 2017

VINTAGE PLEASURES AT FIRST JAMUL WINE FESTIVAL | East County Magazine

May 14, 2017 (Jamul) – Wineries from along the emerging Highway 94 wine corridor  served up fruits of their labors at the Jamul Wine Festival April 29th at St. St. Pius X Catholic Church in Jamul,  all to benefit building classrooms for local children.  Guests also savored an abundant array of delicious foods,  bid on unique silent auction items,  enjoyed live music, a presentation with wine tasting tips, and more.

via www.eastcountymagazine.org

I wanted to go but the event wasn't hoity-toity enough for LWJ. I don't want to stand around in the Church multi-purpose room sipping wines from Jamul! she opined. [Someplace] in Napa Valley maybe, she further explained. Well, pahhdon me while I play the grahhd piano! I think the combination of rootin'-tootin' cowboys and primo vintages is rather intriguing.

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They'd a lovely habit when we lived in Adelaide. Many of the suburbs had been built on old vineyards, so many back gardens still had a vine or two. The crop would be picked, taken to a winery which had spare fermentation capacity, and made into wine that was then partly distributed to the back gardeners, and partly sold sold for charity.

Posted by: dearieme | May 18, 2017 6:31:47 AM