Wilson Artisan Wineries Welcomes LGBT Community

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After hosting their first LGBT wedding, Wilson Artisan Wineries announces that they are open to the LGBT community.

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Wilson Artisan Wineries is proud to announce that they have hosted their first LGBT wedding, and with another soon to follow, the group is opening their arms to welcome the LGBT community.

“We have weddings of all types at our multiple properties, and we particularly wish to invite and welcome the LGBT community to host any celebrations with us here in wine country,” said Isabelle Adams, event director and certified wedding planner for the Wilson Group.

Featuring two winery wedding venues in Alexander Valley (deLorimier Winery and Soda Rock Winery), a private winery elopement site overlooking spectacular Dry Creek Valley and weekend getaways at all seven Sonoma County properties or their Mendocino winery, Wilson Artisan Wineries is able to offer a full complement of wine country venues for almost any type of celebration.

Year-round lodging options include multiple vineyard guest houses and two downtown Healdsburg Bed and Breakfast Inns, so that guests can be but a short distance away from all the festivities.

Proprietors Ken and Diane Wilson are extending an invitation to the LGBT community and the rest of the general public to come visit and see why other couples are choosing the Wilson Artisan Wineries for all of their events. For more information, please visit http://www.grapeleafinn.com/.

About the Company:
Wilson Artisan Wineries offers a wide selection of outstanding wines and beautiful scenery, with friendly, knowledgeable staff ready to assist guests in their tasting rooms. The region is filled with some of the best wineries and the best vineyards. The Wilson Group offers grand wine tours of each facility. Be sure to visit the entire compliment of sister wineries: Wilson, Mazzocco and Pezzi King wineries in Dry Creek Valley, Soda Rock and deLorimier wineries in Alexander Valley, Matrix in Russian River Valley, St Anne's Crossing in Sonoma Valley and Jaxon Keys in Mendocino County. Additional information can be found at http://www.grapeleafinn.com/.

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