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Madrone Vineyards Estate Releaes Inaugural Stewart Family Reserve Wines

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Three Estate Wines Debut With Special Fall Tastes by Chef Stephanie Gagne Saturday, Nov. 21st at Madrone Vineyards Estate in Glen Ellen

StewartFamilyReserveTony Stewart and Winemaker David Marchesi celebrate the inaugural release of their Stewart Family Reserve collection of Sonoma wines on Saturday, November 21 3-5 pm at Madrone Vineyards Estate in Glen Ellen.

After four years in the cellars, at precisely 4 o’clock, they will share the 2012 Stewart Family Reserve Estate Old Vine Zinfandel ($65) from the winery’s historic 75-100+ year-old vines, the 2012 Stewart Family Reserve Estate Cabernet Sauvignon ($85) and a first glimpse at the 2014 Stewart Family Reserve Chardonnay ($50) from a single Russian River Valley estate vineyard. The wines are available only at the winery.

Winery Chef Stephanie Gagne will prepare menu of tastes with bountiful produce from local farmers along with a cornucopia of local cheeses and charcuterie from partners Laura Chenel, Bohemian Creamery and more.

Tickets are $25, $15 for Club 1863 members, available on the website. The wines will be available for sale to the public the following day at www.madronevineyardsestate.com.  Madrone Vineyards Estate is located a 777 Madrone Road, Glen Ellen, Calif., 707-939-4510.

About Madrone Vineyards Estate

Madrone Vineyards Estate is one of Sonoma Valley’s oldest and most historic winery estates, first established in 1863. The Stewart Family purchased the estate, then named Valley of the Moon, in 2012 and completed a renovation to focus on small-lot, estate driven wines from the historic property. Madrone Vineyards Estate is located a 777 Madrone Road, Glen Ellen, Calif., 707-939-4510.

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