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.
On the banks of the Russian River, the Amador family is producing from incredible Pinot Noir (my favorite) and some luscious Zinfandel.
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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