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Let the Sustainable Vine Wine Tours Begin


Bryan Hope has the biodeisel van, he’s done the research, he’s taken his friends on trial tours, and he announced on 5/17 that he is ready to start taking reservations for his new business, Vine Wine Tours. (sustainablevine.com). Focusing on wines made from biodynamically grown and organically grown grapes, the UCSB grad’s door-to-door tours cover the Santa Ynez Valley and the Santa Rita hills. The price—$115-includes a free picnic lunch and a $10 gift certificate toward purchases at the five wineries where he stops.

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