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Don’t Turn Down a Chance to Help at a Winery

Yesterday we spent a couple of hours at Tin Lizzie Wineworks helping, winemaker, Dave Zuchero organizing and cleaning. Other than being a very cold day, as long as one stayed inside and moved, we were okay. The camaraderie that exists when working on a common goal is delightful. We asked questions and learned more from Dave as we wiped down winery equipment and washed floors. As darkness approached Dave commented that we should stop work. We then enjoyed a glass of wine that was very good.

While most people don’t see the every day hard gritty work that needs to be done at a winery, it needs to be done. Working under the guidance of a winemaker, adds so much to the winery experience. If you have the opportunity to help at a winery, don’t turn it down. You will discover camaraderie, friendship, learn, and understand more about wine than what you can read in a book.

Cheers! Kathy

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