In Santa Rosa’s Wine Country, Paradise Ridge Winery & Vineyards is being rebuilt.
Plans are in the works even as you read this sentence.
As you may have heard, the historic winery was lost in the devastating Northern California wildfires of October 2017.
But… Sonoma is Strong.
Do YOU have questions for the winery, owners, or the winemaker himself??
NOW is the time to ask them. (contact form below ⬇ )
SPECIAL EVENT: JANUARY 31, 2018
On the LAST WEDNESDAY, EVERY MONTH, a 2 Hour LIVE Show ~ Chat with the Host on Twitter & Watch them on FacebookVideo…
Mark your calendars! 5-7pmPST
HOST: Paradise Ridge Winery & Vineyards
Tasting Room in Santa Rosa & Kenwood, California
THEME: Paradise Rebuilt in Sonoma ~ #ParadiseRebuilt
We will present your questions and have them answered LIVE on twitter and facebook during our special event (details below)
on January 31st from 5-7pmPST
Hosted by Paradise Ridge Winery & Amy Lieberfarb of #SonomaChat.
HAVE A QUESTION FOR THE WINERY?
Simply use the contact form.
I will be covering the rebuilding of the winery and the re-opening of the tasting room in Santa Rosa, you can connect with them and myself on social media. Twitter, Instagram and Facebook as well as lots of You Tube Videos. Documenting each week, the progress.
Please follow the journey as I document their rebuild through photos & words… & through WINE of course!
The Kenwood Tasting Room is still OPEN and the winery hopes that you can ALL… Visit Soon!
At Paradise Santa Rosa, some vineyards, the Winery itself & the Tasting Room all burned to the ground. The REBUILD has begun as they meet with architects, engineers & contractors in planning.
But the winery could use YOUR support now too. I’m EXCITED for a glass (or two) as soon as they reopen the Santa Rosa location.
They had A TON of wine in storage facilities… so not to fret… they have plenty of wine to serve you right now… or you can order online… or visit your local wine retailer. Buying wine is soo much fun. Especially when it is for a good cause. The Sonoma County community needs your support.
Much of the beautiful land & art exhibit remain untouched by fire and hope to be available to public as soon as is possible.
Until they reopen, you can still visit Kenwood for a tasting in support!! See you there…
Cheers to tomorrow being a new day. #ParadiseRebuilt.