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Francis Ford Coppola Winery
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Francis Ford Coppola hits the right note with his gift guide.

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VIDEO: Travel Enthusiast +Dana Rebmann showcases Wine Country getaways, including our lovely town of Geyserville!

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From jogging around the vineyards to jumping into the winery's pool, these winemakers make the most of harvest.

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This summer, Wednesday night = Bocce Night!
Join us every week at 6pm for an evening of fun, food & wine.
All skills welcome. $10 per person, includes a glass of wine.

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Introducing our new Enomatics Tasting!  Sample wines on our terrace and at your own pace with our two self-serve wine tasting machines. Preloaded Enomatic cards can be purchased from our Wine Shop with a value of $12 or $24. Learn more at http://bit.ly/1AQvGxm
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Daycation anyone?

Cabines and daily pool passes available for many weekdays throughout the summer. Plan your summer adventures now at www.francisfordcoppolawinery.com/swim
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Blind at birth, Hoby Wedler, a Ph.D. student in computational organic chemistry at UC Davis, leads the monthly "Tasting in the Dark" series at Francis Ford Coppola Winery. His passion for wine and teaching about how to appreciate wine is further enhanced by his elevated sensory perception.

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From our friends at Chez US, a lovely Lamb Stew recipe featuring seasonal veggies and our Diamond Collection Claret. Plus, some fantastic tips on choosing the right meat and cooking with wine.

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At the end of "Film & Wine," (http://youtu.be/zHV5VpSOIpw) our director crosses from the film world into the wine world to share a bottle of Director's Cut with our winemaker. This bit of "movie magic" was achieved in a rather simple way as we actually filmed both worlds simultaneously right next to each other. Check it out in this one minute version of the short film without the split screen effect. 
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