Santo Stefano Winemaking Club
Santo Stefano Winemaking invites you to join us in honoring tradition while returning to the purity of natural wines. Together with family and friends, we guide you through the process of winemaking as its been practiced through the ages. An activity suitable for the whole family or any fellowship group, your harvest experience will yield enduring memories. The wine you make is your own. Your personalized vintage will be fashioned of the freshest ingredients and labeled according to your wishes. We at Santo Stefano Winemaking believe that the past holds answers for the future. During the process of creating fine wine; camaraderie, production, and purity are enjoyed. We joyfully welcome friends to experience the many valuable benefits of participating in this venerable custom.
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