You may not realize it, but December 5th is a day of unparalleled national significance. And we're here to tell you about it. Forget St. Patricks Day and Cinco de Mayo. Those are for amateurs.
On December 5th, 1933, the 21st amendment was ratified to repeal the 18th amendment, freeing many states to once again drink freely. It's called "Repeal Day," and this year is the 75th anniversary. As many of you know, Two Mile’s name stems from the local prohibition on alcohol around the UC Campus, and we're not going to let this first Repeal Day in our new winery pass by silently. Or any other Repeal Day, for that matter.
So if you're in the neighborhood, please join us for a very special tasting this Friday, 12/5, from 7-9PM at our winery at 2816 San Pablo (cross street Grayson). Nothing fancy -- just a good time to raise a glass and celebrate this crazy country we live in and the beloved freedom to drink in a public place. It's also a good chance to preview our new digs, as we're just beginning to introduce small tastings. We'll be pouring our new fall releases this Friday, and of course we still have our holiday specials running. And if you can't make it this Friday, drop by for one of our other preview tastings: 12/13 and 12/20 from 2-6PM. No Charge for entry.
Please note: our winery is a cold place on a fall night -- dress warmly.
Official Website: http://www.twomilewines.com
Added by mattbramwell on December 4, 2008