SEBASTOPOL, Calif., Aug. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Dreamed of being a winemaker? A film star? Enlist in Wine Boot Camp® and do both!
Beck's "Harvest" will capture the frenzied, magnetic, and intoxicating excitement of the harvest on Saturday, September 24th as Wine Boot Camp® recruits experience the hard but rewarding work that it takes to produce wine, filming them as they reach down and touch the soil at Pezzi King, under the guidance of winemaker Christopher Barrett and the watchful eyes of owners Jim and Cynthia Rowe. Recruits will pick the grapes and taste their sweetness as they are harvested. At Blue Rock Vineyard, the mission continues, under the tutelage of owner Kenny Kahn and winemaker Nick Goldschmidt. Recruits will blend a bottle of wine from the wonderful wines in barrel at Blue Rock Vineyard.
And that's just the beginning of the day and the story. Recruits will enjoy an aromatic workshop, wine tastings, breakfast, lunch in the vineyard, and a sumptuous gourmet dinner. All of this is packed into an intensive 12-hour day.
"This will be the best Wine Boot Camp in 20 years!" Major Barbara Drady, Wine Boot Camp Director and Chief Wine Evangelist at Affairs of the Vine, states emphatically. "Wine Boot Camp has always provided an insider's view to winemaking, but this year, our Harvest Wine Boot Camp missions will reveal two amazingly beautiful wineries that are not open to the public and until now have never been experienced as our recruits will."
The one-day Wine Boot Camp® adventure includes all workshops, educational materials, lunch in the vineyard, a gourmet dinner paired with wines, extensive wine tasting, a bottle of wine created by the recruit, transportation to all events, a Wine Boot Camp® cap, and an "I Survived Wine Boot Camp®" T-shirt. Enlistment is $600 per person plus tax. To register, contact Major Drady at 707-874-1975 or email@example.com
For additional information, visit http://www.WineBootCamp.com
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