Sheldon Haynie
August 25, 2012 | Sheldon Haynie

First Private Tasting

We were asked yesterday if we would be open for tasting for a Bachelorette party. It's not our normal weekend to be open, but the thought of enertaining 9 women bent on having a bit of fun seemed much more attractive than continuing to clean up the workshop, or put up flash tape in another vineyard, so I agreed. 

This seems to have snowballed a bit; there's now flowers per Jane's suggestion, along with cheese and sliced meats from Rocca's Market and Noah will be coming to assist pour, as it seems its more interesting to him than working on his '67 Karman Ghia. We'll see how it all transpires, we'll be open to the general public as well, since we are going to be opening 5 bottles of wine. 

Stop by and see how we fared. 

It was a great time, the ladies arrived in a decorated van complete with supposedly anatomically correct illustrations to educate the bride. The jokes were ribald, the salami even though slided a particular hit as were any other phallic objects such as a baguette. The wine was appreciated and the ladies went on their way promising to return with husbands/fiance et al. 

Jane and I discussed that this might be a niche for us, hosting small events in the 10-50 people range, such as showers, and bachelor(ette) parties when the county ordinance proceedure grinds to completion. 


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