California Wine Country

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We have returned from California Wine Country with tremendous enthusiasm for our project in Troy.


We traveled through some amazing scenery in Sonoma and Napa with our friends from Wine Country Vespa.

If you are considering visiting this area, the Vespa makes for an incredible mode of transportation through the wineries.

The senses are completely enhanced when zooming through these spectacular country roads on 2 wheels.

Wine Country Vespa will accommodate novice riders, as well as experienced ones.

Email if you are interested in scheduling a tour.

We have met with some talented winemakers who are excited about the possibility of distribution to our Troy restaurant.

Some notable visits included Lynmar Estate, Freeman Winery, Medlock Ames, Iron Horse, and Quivira.

Today marks the first official day of work for me at 12 Second Street in a full-time capacity (alongside my co-worker Groucho).

Starting a business is both terrifying and exhilarating.  This venture is something that Heather and I have been planning for what seems like an eternity. We have scouted a ton of different businesses for concepts and ideas, and it is now time for us to execute our own plan.

We will chart our progress regularly on this blog, and hope that our journey inspires you to follow your passion.


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