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Acclaimed Winery Book Series Celebrates 15-Year Milestone with May 12 Book Signing


SONOMA, CA—Tom Silberkleit, award-winning editor and publisher for Sonoma’s Wine House Press, will be signing copies of his just-released hardcover book, The California Directory of Fine Wineries, 8th Edition, on Friday May 12 from 4:30-6 p.m. at The Lodge At Sonoma Renaissance Resort, 1325 Broadway, Sonoma CA.

Now in its 15th year of publication, this nationally recognized best-seller is the classic full-color guide to California’s most prestigious destination wineries. The updated 8th edition includes more than 200 color images by renowned photographer Robert Holmes, with profiles of 67 Northern California wineries penned by seasoned travel writers K. Reka Badger, Cheryl Crabtree and Daniel Mangin. Coauthor Mangin (also of Fodor’s Travel) and photographer Holmes will also be in attendance to sign copies and talk about the book.

“It’s so exciting to celebrate this publishing milestone with our readers,” said Silberkleit. “Visitors, friends, and neighbors are all invited to join us. We’ll be signing some books and, of course, comparing notes on favorite California wines with fans and followers of the Fine Wineries series.”

Three exceptional wineries from the book will be pouring at the event. Guests can taste wine selections from Sonoma’s own Patz & Hall along with Napa Valley favorites Peju and ZD Wines.

The California Directory of Fine Wineries is distributed nationally to the book trade by Ingram. For more information contact the Wine House Press editorial offce at 707-996-1741, or via email: [email protected], or on their website: CaliforniaFineWineries.com.

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