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Wednesday, May 6, 2020
Avio Vineyards: Virtual Wine Tasting, "Bike Through the Vineyard" Tours, Mother's Day Champagne Sale
Facebook Live Virtual Tasting with Stefano this Thursday: We'll sample the 2013 Maximus (on sale!) and learn about the bottling line. Mother's Day Champagne Sale at the Wine-thru Window. Join Stefano for a bike tour through the Vineyard this Sat.
Join me on Facebook Live this Thurs. May 7th at 4:30 PDT!
For our tasting this week, we'll continue our Maximus Super Tuscan theme with the 2013 vintage, which is on close-out sale for 50% off! We'll also talk about the bottling process. The session will last 15-20 minutes.
Our audience is growing each week, so tune in to our Facebook Page this Thursday to see what you've been missing! LIKE and FOLLOW us on Facebook to be alerted when we go live.
Don't forget to bring a glass of wine and some cheese. Post a comment to let me know what you're enjoying so I can help you get more out of your virtual tasting experience!
Lisa and I hope to see you on Facebook on Thursday May 7th at 4:30!
You can find our previous Virtual Tasting videos byclicking here.
To watch the live tasting, be on our Facebook page at 4:30. The video should pop up at the top of the timeline.
Toast Mom on her special day with Avio Champagne. From now until the end of business on May 10th, our Champagne is on sale. Stock up now and have some in reserve for a special occasion.
Buy 2, get 1 for only $1.00!
Discounts cannot be combined.
Bike Through Our Vineyard
We have built a mountain bike course on our 77 acre property. Plenty of room for us to exercise social distancing. We head out around 10:00 this Saturday. Beginner and advanced courses available.
Reach out to Stefano with any questions. 916-212-9520
Avio's Wine-thru Window is Open Daily
Our Wine-thru Window is open 7 days a week from 11-5. We'd love to have you stop by to pick up some wine and enjoy a bit of conversation. Stay safely in the car as you stock up on great Avio wines to take the Shelter-in-Place blues away.