UPDATE: I just received my wine from Gracianna. And the shipping is indeed FREE–all the way to Alaska!
Color me grateful. HA! Here I am with Trini at the “Rock House” on the Russian River…just before we taste some of his “Gracianna” wine.
Check the website. Buy some wine. I did. But don’t miss the “story” of the winery. The Amadors are dear friends, so our family celebrates their vision and their successes:
“Gracianna‘s graciousness means enjoying being “present,” like the kind of enjoyment gained from serving the right meal to friends in the perfect harmonious environment – the right music, lighting, food, flowers – the “just right” experience without even trying.
“We revel in the feeling of cleaning up after everyone has left…the house is a wreck, the table is full of spent dishes and we can share the dishwashing task knowing that we all had a great time, sharing stories with love and laughter. We enjoy entertaining and bringing new friends and old friends together. At Gracianna we strive for a comfortable “good life” and we celebrate any host who attempts their gracious vision.”
Here, Lisa displays a bottle of the Zin and the Pinot. Y-u-m-m. So, I’m grateful to share a glass of Gracianna Pinot Noir or Zinfandel with friends!
Don’t you love those little asterisks (* * * * )? You know what that means, right? * = “doesn’t apply to Alaska” or something like that. Well, since my friends the Amadors are FROM Alaska, they’ll ship it here for free (three bottle minimum, through 12/31/2009–just in time for Christmas!).
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