NEW YORK — After disappointing sales last year, some Napa Valley wineries are looking for new ways to encourage a recession-weary public to let fine vino back into their lives, according to a New York Times story.
One winery, Castello di Amorosa, now sells wine directly to consumers. Other wineries are encouraging wine drinkers to come back by offering inexpensive samples and tours of their facilities. Some, if asked, may even agree to host your wedding.
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