Ferrari in Wine Country for a Great Cause - Plus, Throw Down Your Best Wine Recipe with Celebrity Chef Bobby Flay

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The new edition of online wine magazine, Vino Primo, is sporting a rare Enzo Ferrari on the cover. This month's issue includes why exotic cars are invading wine country. Vino Primo's Sexy Wines series continues with a scandalous label from a family owned vineyard in Northern California. Plus, readers can find out how they can throw down their best wine recipe for celebrity chef, Bobby Flay.

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Fast cars invade wine country, including a rare, black Enzo Ferrari. Exotic car enthusiasts will meet at the Infineon Raceway in Sonoma on May 3, for "Drive for a Cure" to raise awareness about epilepsy. Car lovers can see these incredible vehicles and stay for the Ferrari Challenge Race Event.

There are only nine black Enzo Ferraris in the world. Go to to get a look at this fantastic car from every angle.

-Vino Primo's Sexy Wine Series continues. This month, there's a little of this, that and "The Other." Sexy red and white wine blends from Peirano Estate Vineyards in Lodi. The bottles come complete with a scandalous label featuring the naked backside of a woman. It's enough to make one look twice in the wine aisle. And it's good enough to take home more than once as well.

-Calling all wannabe chefs. Have a mouthwatering recipe that would pair perfectly with a Washington State wine? This cooking competition may be right up your alley. Columbia Crest Wines and celebrity chef Bobby Flay are teaming up for a video recipe contest. The lucky winner gets to fly to New York and cook with Flay. Check out Vino Primo to find out how to enter.

-Want to throw a wine party on a beer budget? Consider hosting your shindig at a wine store. Vino 100 could be the perfect place for your next vino gathering. Plus, they already have all the wine!

For these great wine stories and much more, go to and start living the Vino Lifestyle.

For media inquiries, contact Angela Hughes at angela (at) hughesmediaconsultants (dot) com or 916-397-4585.


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