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Harrington’s holiday sale this weekend

By Jessica Yadegaran
Friday, November 30th, 2007 at 10:32 am in Uncategorized.

Ok, I know I’m a little event happy right now, but ’tis the season, eh? The weather’s brisk yet the sun is shining, so we need to take advantage before it starts raining buckets next month.

You already know about Lost Canyon Winery’s Holiday Open House this weekend. Also good to know: Harrington, another maker of fine, single-vineyardPinot Noir, is having its annual holiday sale this Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 1 and 2, from noon to 5 p.m. at the winery, 805 Camelia St., Berkeley.

Harrington will be pouring all five Pinot Noirs from the 2006 vintage. They’ll also be pouring wines from Eno and Edmund St. John. Wow your friends with local, small production wines of exceptional quality.  The press release from Bryan Harrington says to bring friends. So I’m bringing all ya’ll. See ya then.

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  • Megan

    Hey there — I might check this out tomorrow. Loved Bryan’s Pinot when I had them at the Monclair Jazz & Wine festival. Did you go today or you going tomorrow?

  • Jessica Yadegaran

    Megan, I went yesterday. Loved Edmund St. John’s Bone Jolly Rose and of course all of Bryan’s Pinots. Magic ruby water I tell ya. We had a great talk about some Touriga Francessa he’s trying to make via UC Davis. I also bought some Lost Canyon Stage Gulch Syrah. Off to blog. See you Sunday!