“We’re relocating our Ceja Vineyards wine tasting salon to our Carneros Brewing Company site in Sonoma, and we invite you to stay tuned for opening details,” says Sales and Marketing Director Dalia Ceja.
Napa, CA (PRWEB) September 12, 2014
Ceja Vineyards Wine Tasting Salon in downtown Napa will close its doors on Sunday, September 21, 2014, and there will be two opportunities to say goodbye to friends and fans from near and far on Saturday and Sunday nights.
On Saturday, September 20, there will be a Salsa dancing party from 8pm – 12am, with DJ Tamayo spinning the hottest Latin beats – just like the old days! On Sunday, September 21, there will be a farewell toast from 6pm – 8pm at 1248 First Street, Napa, CA 94559.
Ceja Vineyards opened its doors on February 9, 2008, at the height of the financial crisis. There were many empty store fronts on First Street and the vision was to establish a presence there to increase direct-to-consumer sales, grow the company’s wine club and to play a role in the revitalization of downtown Napa.
“For the past seven years, we have built a strong following and wine community in downtown Napa, and we’re grateful for the continuous support of locals and visitors alike,” says Ceja Vineyards President Amelia Morán Ceja.
“With bittersweet feelings we depart that location to pursue other exciting opportunities. We’ll miss having a presence on First Street, but we’re hopeful the new revitalized city center will bring to Napa what it deserves – a thriving and prosperous downtown for all to enjoy,” adds Ceja.
“We’re excited to announce the relocation of our wine tasting salon soon to our Carneros Brewing Company site on Highway 12, on Burndale Road, in Sonoma. We invite you to stay tuned for opening details,” says Sales and Marketing Director Dalia Ceja. “We appreciate your friendship and support and we look forward to sharing many more milestones with you,” adds Ceja.
Ceja Vineyards is an ultra-premium Latino family owned winery in the Napa Valley. It was founded in 1999 by Amelia, Pedro, Armando and Martha Ceja – first generation Mexican-American immigrants. Their dedication to sustainable agriculture and the gentle handling of the grapes in the cellar can be tasted in every sip of their estate grown Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Dulce Beso late harvest wine.
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