California Wine Trail

 


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Along The California Wine Trail is a story about the American viticulture areas of California accompanied by visually stunning paintings that capture the trail’s abundant bounty of beautiful scenery painted by Kerne Erickson. The eloquent and expressive narrative by author and past assistant winemaker, Jerry Stroud, compliments the artwork. Jerry explores California’s most prosperous American Viticultural Areas:

  • North Coast AVA,
  • Sierra Foothills AVA
  • Central Coast AVA
  • South Coast AVA
  • Central Valley

Several years work has resulted in a collection of original, never before seen or exhibited paintings that capture the visual drama that takes place throughout the state.

The opening exhibition is being held at:

George Stern Fine Arts
(310) 276-2600
8920 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069

Following this opening exhibition, the show will travel to various locations along California’s wine trail.

If you are in the wine hospitality industry and are interested in hosting a book signing/art exhibit paired with wine tasting, please contact us to inquire about available show dates after fall of 2017.

Greg Young greg@gregyoungpublishing.com
PO Box 2487
Santa Barbara CA 93120
(800) 962-3373  or  (805) 964-4663

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You are invited and we are pleased to announce that on February 3, 2018 at 7 P.M. Cornell Winery, located in Agura Hills California will be hosting a special event. Wesley Hagen, winemaker and brand ambassador for J.Wilkes Wines and voted by the Wall Street Journal Decanter as being in the top 100 influential Winemakers in the U.S. will be presenting the book, Along the California Wine Trail written by Jerry Stroud. Both Jerry Stroud and Publisher Greg Young will be attending this event. $25.00 plus tax per person includes a glass of wine, appetizers and discounts on J. Wilkes Wines. Limited to 50 tickets!

Cornell Winery & Tasting Room
www.cornellwinery.com
805-807-1189
Questions email: Tim@Cornellwinery.com
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In the Malibu Coast AVA with the real “Gidget” who’s life the 1957 movie by the same name was based on. Publisher Greg Young and Scott Mijares of American Woodys present Kathy Kohner Zuckerman with a bottle of Blondie, a Rhône white blend from Cooper Vineyards which is located in the Shenandoah Valley of California. Jeri Swift, daughter of Dick Cooper was instrumental with providing this wine. Thank you again Jeri! Also presented to Kathy was a copy of the book, Along the California Wine Trail by writer Jerry Stroud. ... See MoreSee Less

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Located in the Arroyo Grande Valley AVA, Saucelito Canyon Vineyard specializes in estate-grown Zinfandel crafted from old vines planted in 1880. Publisher Greg Young with Vintners Bill & Nancy Greenough, owners of Saucelito Canyon Vineyard. ... See MoreSee Less

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Publisher Greg Young with Wesley Hagen, winemaker and Brand Ambassador for J. Wilkes Wines in the Santa Maria Valley AVA. Rated by the Wall Street Journal, Decanter as one of the 100 Most Influential Winemakers in the United States. Wes will be the featured speaker at Cornell Winery in Agoura Hills Feb 3. Tickets are limited. ... See MoreSee Less

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Greg Young Publishing is pleased to announce that writer Jerry Stroud will be attending and signing Along The California Wine Trail: Exploring California’s American Viticultural Areas at 7pm on February 3rd, 2018 hosted by Cornell Winery in Agoura, CA. We will have feature pricing on other wines made by Guest Speaker Wes Hagen and J.Wilkes Winery available throughout the evening. We will have cheese, meat, fruit platters and other delicious bites as well as a glass of wine included in your admission. $25 a person plus tax. ... See MoreSee Less

Book Signing Event

February 3, 2018, 7:00pm - February 4, 2018, 12:00am

Greg Young Publishing is pleased to announce that writer Jerry Stroud will be attending and signing Along The California Wine Trail: Exploring California’s American Viticultural Areas at 7pm on Febr...

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