What Winery Reopenings Look Like – Ep. 17


Top left: Mary Babbitt, Mary Orlin, Maggie Curry, Dan Lokteff and Steven Mirassou

Across the country winery tasting rooms are slowly coming out of covid-19 lockdown. In California, Governor Gavin Newsom has just given the green light to winery reopenings across the state, depending on local county guidelines. So what does that mean for wineries and winery guests like all of us?

Join us for the second in our coronavirus wine conversations series for a frank look at how three wineries in three California wine regions have reopened or are preparing for reopening. What’s changing? What’s staying the same, if anything? And will wineries continue to interact with wine lovers virtually via zoom tastings, Instagram Live sessions and more? We welcome Maggie Curry of Kendall-Jackson Wine Estate & Gardens and Jackson Family Wines in Sonoma County, Dan Lokteff of Wright’s Station Vineyard & Winery in the Santa Cruz Mountains and Steven Mirassou of The Steven Kent Winery and The Lineage Collection in Livermore Valley for this roundtable discussion on Sip, Sip, Hooray!

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