‘Wine bottling experience’ at Carruth Cellars

Patty Thews and Jennifer Neff help with the bottling.

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Carruth Cellars hosted a “wine bottling experience” Aug. 13 that featured live music, a gourmet taco with nopales (cacti), and a bottle of Save the Ocean Bordeaux Field Blend wine. A dollar from each bottle sold goes to the Surfrider Foundation. About 20,000 bottles of 10 different handcrafted North Coast reds and a Russian River Chard were bottled. Photos: Jon Clark

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