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  1. The Myriad of Ways to Taste Wine in Santa Barbara County

    The Myriad of Ways to Taste Wine in Santa Barbara County

    Option #1: Estate Wineries

    Estate wineries are what most people picture when they imagine going wine tasting: a pastoral setting with Instagram-able views of vineyards, high-end wines, and outdoor seating. The Santa Ynez Valley is filled with beautiful estate wineries that fulfill all the expectations of what a day of wine tasting should be. The wine tasting experience at an estate winery can end up being more transformative and experiential. Standing in the actual place where the grapes are grown and produced helps connect people to the land, the history, and the energy of the place. It rounds out the experience in a way that a non- estate tasting rooms can’t provide.

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  2. Quarantine Fish Kit Cooking Video

    Quarantine Fish Kit Cooking Video

    Our Tasting Room Manager, Meryl, has been with us for 24-years. She is also our food buyer for all our gourmet pantry products. Every Friday for the next few weeks, we will be brining you a cooking segment with Meryl where she'll pair our gourmet food products with Gainey wines from our Quarantine Kits.

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  3. COVID-19 Q&A with Dan Gainey

    Dan, there’s obviously been big changes in the world over the past month, what’s changed at Gainey?

    Some parts of the business have changed dramatically, and some parts really haven’t changed much at all. The greatest changes, of course, have been to our tasting room operations. Our Evan’s Ranch tasting room in Los Olivos has been closed entirely and our Gainey tasting room is only open now for curbside pickups.

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  4. Q & A with Wild Heart Events

    Q & A with Wild Heart Events

    We interviewed Jaime Kostechko, Owner of Wild Heart Events in Santa Barbara to get her take on the wedding industry as we emerge from the pandemic. As an in-demand creator for bold, fresh, and authentic events, Jaime has her finger on the pulse of what's coming next for the industry.

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