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Garagiste Wine Room I Merchant: This wine shop has a tasting room where you can try a variety of wines. They are open Monday through Saturday.
The Patio Wine Garden: This wine bar has a great selection of wines by the glass, as well as a patio where you can enjoy the outdoors. They are open Tuesday through Sunday.
The Wine Garden: This wine bar has a great selection of wines by the glass, as well as small plates. They are open daily.
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It’s a constant stream from this particularly prolific Hip Hop artist. Which shouldn’t have come as a surprise, I suppose, given how many entrepreneurial endeavors Stevens is up to at the moment. Aside from his own career in rap, there are his recent foray into alcoholic beverages of all stripes (including wines, sparklers, tequila, beer, bourbon, and gin), his own record company, and a planned venture into food (dubbed “The Goon with the Spoon”) that includes jerky and sausages, burritos, and ice cream.
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Our Story Shaunna and Shayla are the two sisters behind Wine Spencer. A contemporary wine brand that exists to inspire people to decant and appreciate the taste of wine from professional and business events to private occasions and social celebrations. The two fell in love with wine early and chose to pursue WSET Level 2 sommelier certifications. Both were eager to share their passion with the world, so they joined forces, naming their new venture in the tradition of their father, grandfather, and great grandfather’s name ‘Spencer.’ It is a name that denotes stewardship, guidance, protection, and cherishing. Both sisters have a strong desire to redefine what wine means and give it a modern significance, especially among minority communities, diverse ethnicities, and cultures that have been traditionally not been catered to by the wine industry.
In 2020, Lee started the Theopolis Vineyards Diversity Fund at UC Davis and donated $50,000 to date with another $20,000 pledged. “As one of the few African American women who own their own vineyard, I hope this fund will help diversify the wine industry. I established this fund to encourage future vintners,” Lee adds. “I want to assist students who may experience financial barriers in pursuing a career in the wine industry and vineyard management and ownership, specifically. If more diverse persons are trained as vineyard managers, winemakers, or vintners, then the wine industry should become more diverse.”.