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Wineries

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WWI Exhibit at Ironstone Vineyards Continues Through June 8th ~By Hanna Heath

Posted by: hannaheath on 04/25/2008 08:59 PM
Murphys, CA….The traumatic World War One began in the year 1914 and officially ended in 1919, when all the treaties had been signed, although fighting had ceased on November 11th 1918. Since then many authentic equipment and artifacts have been found and put into museums, some items in which have never been used. Ironstone Vineyards in Murphys has many unique items on display in their museum……
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A Wonderful Day for Sipping Wine ~By Hanna Heath

Posted by: hannaheath on 04/20/2008 11:08 AM
Murphys, CA….Hundreds of people turned out for the Annual Festival of Wine fundraiser held on Saturday. It was an enjoyable event where family and friends could stroll downtown Murphys, enjoy delectable hors d’oeuvres, and sample extraordinary wines from Calaveras Counties finest wineries. The day started with check in where participants received a Festival of Wine engraved tasting wine glass. 19 different wineries participated in the event and had qualified staff to answer any questions about their specific wines…..
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Yellow Blooms Line the Road into Ironstone Vineyards for Daffodil Days ~By Hanna Heath

Posted by: hannaheath on 03/16/2008 04:48 PM
Murphys, CA…. Ironstone Vineyards was in full bloom for Daffodil Days 2008, this weekend. The yellow celebration included food, wine, art and thousands of daffodils. Ironstone has 14 acres of approximately 500,000 daffodils in bloom during this time of year, creating a yellow field of blooms along the road into the vineyards and winery….


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St. Patrick's Dinner at Irish Vineyards ~By Hanna Heath

Posted by: hannaheath on 03/14/2008 08:53 PM
Vallecito, CA….The hammered dulcimer played by Scott Williams was the perfect backdrop for the eloquently relaxing evening at Irish Vineyards in Vallecito. Irish Vineyards held their fourth annual St. Patrick ’s Day dinner in their creatively decorated tasting room at 2849 Highway 4. Dinner was prepared and served by Tallahan’s Café in Arnold. Authentic Irish appetizers and entrées were served to many wine club members……
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Take Your Rubber Chicken To Work Week Has Ended...Let the Voting Begin!

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 02/27/2008 09:50 PM
Vallecito, CA...Let The Voting Begin! Twisted Oak Winery, "Take Your Rubber Chicken To Work" Contest has ended and now it is time to cast your vote. The winner can't be the winner unless all of you out there vote for your favorite. Voting is not only fun, they're throwing in an added bonus: everyone who votes and includes their email address with their ballot will be entered in a drawing to win a $20 coupon good towards your next purchase from twistedoak.com! So, what are you waiting for....

Rubber Chicken Addresses the IRS by Megan Kenney: "Bob found himself at a podium and tried to give a speech, but unfortunately government minions don't seem to understand 'chicken.'"
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'Girls Night Out' for a Good Cause ~ By Bethany Monk

Posted by: Bethany on 02/08/2008 10:29 PM
Murphys, C.A....More than 200 women participated in Ironstone Vineyards first annual "Girls Night Out" event which will benefit the Calaveras Crisis Center in San Andreas....
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Award-Winning ‘Renaissance Man’ Takes Winemaking to New Level~ By Bethany Monk

Posted by: Bethany on 01/15/2008 04:00 PM
Mokelumne Hill, C.A….His canvas is an empty barrel. And his paintbrush, one could say, is his innate artist’s view that knows the best hues, textures and flavors for each respective creation. Rod Ruthel, French Hill Winery owner and winemaker is an accomplished painter who has created hundreds of wine labels for wineries throughout the country....

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