Sip the Gap

Join us as we Sip the Gap! Enjoy amazing wine from right here in your own backyard while listening to live music and enjoying locally sourced bites Saturday June 22nd2:00pm to 5:00pm For Tickets Please Visit:www.SonomaSipSociety.com 140 Keller Street Petaluma, CA 94952(707) 781-8850

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Life Opens Up

Keller Street CoWork welcomes guests to meet Todd O’Leary, Vice President of Marketing and Communications for Sonoma County Tourism, as they launch the “Life Opens Up” brand campaign celebrating the lifestyle of Sonoma County. Take advantage of this tremendous resource specifically geared to support awareness, PR and visitors for businesses that rely on tourism to Sonoma County. Sonoma County Tourism is responsible for bringing in media groups who write about everything that makes Sonoma unique as a destination. Learn how to apply this new PR, advertising and social campaign to benefit your business. As a premier wine country destination, Sonoma …

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When the Wine Arrives

After you have ordered it is easy to forget it.  That’s not the best course to follow. Once the server or sommelier returns to your table, they will present you with the bottle of wine. At this point, make sure the label matches what you have ordered and check for any signs of dirt or deterioration, even mold, on the label. Don’t be distracted at this point by conversation. There have been instances of wine being poured that wasn’t at all what was ordered just because the person did not take time to read the label when presented.  If the …

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Choosing a Wine at a Restaurant

The waiter approaches and asks, “Would you like to choose a bottle of wine for the table?” Wait a minute. You never volunteered for this. What do you know about choosing the right wine? Panic sets in. Your mind races as you try to figure out how to pull off the task and look cool, or in the least not foolish. Just relax. Take it a step at a time. Start with the wine list. See how it is arranged. Usually, it is separated into Reds and Whites and the specialty items like dessert wines or sparkling varieties. Wines are …

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