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July 2017
What's New at Eagle Ridge?
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There's so much to enjoy about summer besides this year's heat!   We've been busy watching our family of Quails and Red Foxes.  Not so much the 1000's of squirrels, cute but boy can they dig a lot of holes!  
The deer families with two sets of twins, have been out eating Cabernet this year, they seem to rotate through the varietal blocks, last year it was the Zin & Pinot Grigio.  
There is a lot of growth on the vines, however interestingly enough no verasian (grapes turning red) as of yet.  Lots and lots of leaves & grape bunches though.

10th Anniversary
Aug. 5...12:00 - 4:30
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Hard to believe, but Eagle Ridge is celebrating it's 10th year of being open this August.  It just seems like yesterday we opened the doors with just our 2004 Petite Sirah to serve.  What were we thinking?  That Fall we added in Pinot Grigio to balance out the Red Wine!  Each weekend we were thrilled when we'd see two customers per day!

We are celebrating with a special day of activities.   

Music, Food & Special Wine Offering

 Join us for Live Music by Chris Ahlman; singer, composer & guitar player.  

A Taco Bar from Tequila's will be available for purchase 
from 12:30 - 3:30. Complimentary for Wine Club Members.

A special gift pack of 2 Logo Glasses & a Bottle of our Anniversary Blend "Eagle X" will be available for purchase.  This is a new Red Wine Blend of Zinfandel, Petite Sirah & Touriga.
Wine Wednesday!

Wine Wednesday
Eagle Ridge 
 Wednesday Aug. 23 from 5 - 8pm

Join us for Hump Day on Aug. 23, for Wine & Goodies
SALE! SALE! SALE!
There are still a few remaining cases of our 3 varietals in our Case Sale Wines:
2012 Zinfandel
2011 Petite Sirah
2012 Petite Sirah

35% off/case General Sales
55% off/case Wine Club Members

Unfortunately no other discount may be applied.

We will be bottling again in Aug. & will definitely need the space!
Harvest Festival: Sun. Sept. 3rd.
It's Changing Again!

We know it's been hard to keep up with the ever changing Harvest Festival venue, however let me assure you these are tough decisions that are made to balance the feedback; yours, the wineries and office staff.  And it is a hard act to balance.

This year the Livermore Wine Growers Association is going back to the one-site concept.  This will be held at Las Positas College, Robertson Park can't hold all of us with the changes at the Park i.e. fencing.  There will be four different bands throughout the day, lots of vendors, food trucks and needless to say....WINE.  You won't have to worry about traveling between wineries and all the traffic.  There is plenty of parking and shade structures are being ordered.  There will also be a VIP tent for special food & wine tastings.

Most wineries will be honoring your wristbands on Monday & waiving your tasting fees.  Of course, here at Eagle Ridge, tasting is still free.

Go to https://www.lvwine.org/event/3066/36th-annual-harvest-wine-celebration  for complete information and tickets. 
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