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A lot of taste at Grass Valley Wine Company

The Grass Valley Wine Company officially opened its doors recently and instantly created a buzz with wine lovers for the luxurious winery tasting room environment.

Grass Valley Wine Company is comprised of Bent Metal Winery, Montoliva Vineyard & Winery, Pilot Peak Winery and Solune Winegrowers – all award-winning wineries based in Nevada County and organized as a cooperative winery tasting room.

The cooperative’s beautiful presence, and unique wine experience have already made it the talk of the town.

The grand opening was held recently and 400 folks stopped in over the five hours to see what the buzz was all about.

The opening featured live music, “pairings” of wrapped chicken in chipotle pesto, Dijon glazed meatballs, wine braised sausage& peppers, roasted tomatoes and feta cheese tarts prepared by Jim E’s Catering and of course great wine!

Grass Valley Wine Company is housed in the historic Union Square Building at 151 Mill Street in downtown Grass Valley and open Tuesday through Sunday from noon to 5:30 p.m. for normal operating hours and later when the community is having special events, such as Thursday Night Marketplace or Cornish Christmas. Special events are being planned for Friday nights – anyone interested in tapas and wine? Or how about Winemaker’s Wednesdays for an evening of wine and a great time?

Four fabulous wineries in one tasting room with 49 different wines (with amazingly little overlap), a state-of-the-art sound and projection system, overstuffed sofas and chairs, beautiful murals and world-class artwork, free wine tasting and wines by the flight and by the glass.

One where you sit down to enjoy your wine, versus standing at bar. One where you can bring your computer and work while enjoying the ambiance of great art and great wine. Yes they have WIFI.

However, the space is not just for enjoying wine but can house your next meeting, birthday, anniversary party or wedding reception or any special gathering or celebration.

More information can be found by visiting Grass Valley Wine Company Facebook page or http://www.GVWineCo.com.

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