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Posted: Thursday, December 2, 2010 12:00 am | Updated: 6:03 am, Thu Dec 2, 2010.

To help showcase Downtown Lodi as an up-and-coming wine destination, all five Downtown tasting rooms are hosting a wine walk Saturday.

“We think it’s a good opportunity to show that there is something available Downtown for wine tasting,” said Choral Trettevik, of Downtown tasting room Jeremy Wine Co. “It’s the perfect time to hold it because people will be out doing their Christmas shopping while Winterfest is going on.”

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  • Jaime Watts posted at 6:56 pm on Thu, Dec 9, 2010.

    Jaime Watts Posts: 3

    The DLBP had absolutly nothing to do with this event - once again Doug, you don't have your facts right. Our board meeting is on Monday, December 13th at 9 a.m. at Scooter's. If you are honestly that passionate about the DLBP replacing me - I suggest that would be the place where you might have a voice - not hiding on here. But I do have to admit, when I need some comic relief, I do look forward to finding your butchered comments! Merry Christmas.

  • Betty Dean posted at 11:20 pm on Fri, Dec 3, 2010.

    Betty Dean Posts: 144

    I hope so too Doug, I totally agree with you but they will be talking and chatting BLAH , BLAH, BLAH!

  • Doug Chaney posted at 8:54 pm on Thu, Dec 2, 2010.

    Doug Chaney Posts: 1232

    I hope the police presence will be as prevalant on Saturday afternoon downtown as it was on the Wednesday evening before Thanksgiving? Why a Saturday afternoon wine tasting event when families and their children will be abundant and this same old group of wine guzzlers will be stumbling around by 2 in the afternoon? Will there be armed police officers at the entrances to these wine bars like there were last Thursday? And motorcycle officers patrolling those leaving the parking sttructure and lots after imbibing too much? If this is the best Ms. Watts and her bud Mr. Nicholas can come up with, it leaqds those I work and associate with that the DLBP needs new leadership, soemone who can plan events for families and not the alcoholic oriented who seem to be the regulars at these alcoholic driven events for adults only.



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