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Seek wine and ye shall find with the help of this guide-book

August 01, 2012

It’s called The Wine Seeker’s Guide to Livermore Valley. We’d like to get a copy in your hands. Here’s why.

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Sunset magazine Wine Editor Sara Schneider

While wine lovers the world over flock to the San Francisco Bay Area to sample, discover and buy some of the best wines anywhere, they often overlook the Livermore Valley. That’s a major oversight because Livermore Valley – home to Wente Vineyards, the state’s oldest winemaker, and more than 40 other wineries – has become a maker of superb blends and varietals.

At this point we’ll yield to a voice far more authoritative than our own, Sunset magazine Wine Editor Sara Schneider, who is quoted on the book’s cover saying The Wine Seeker’s Guide to Livermore Valley “tells the collective personal story of winemaking in this historic, burgeoning, undersung California wine region.”

With that endorsement we invite you to buy a copy for just $9.99, including postage, from The Rose Hotel. Just call us at 800-843-9540 with your mailing information and credit card and we’ll ship a copy to you post-haste.

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Author Thomas C. Wilmer

The Wine Seeker’s Guide to Livermore Valley contains more than 200 glossy pages packed with the stories of these dedicated vintners and the superior wines they produce. You will find:

>> Directions, operating hours, and contact information for each winery
>> Recommendations on more to see and do in the region
>> Where to stay and where to dine

The Wine Seeker’s Guide to Livermore Valley, authored by Thomas C. Wilmer, received the Best Guidebook Award, 3rd place, by the Outdoor Writer Association of California.

We look forward to sending you a copy and broadening your wine-tasting horizons. Call us now at 800-843-9540.

 

Written by Mike Consol

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