Out in the Vineyard | 2011 Gay Wine Weekend

Nathan OUTloud

Aug 31 2020 • 22 mins

Originally released: May 31, 2011 In conjunction with http://www.winephx.com/ (WinePHX.com), a newly created wine blog, I continue my series and in episode 13, you hear my interview with the organizers of the very first http://http//www.outinthevineyard.com/events/gww2011/ (Gay Wine Weekend), in Sonoma, California. http://twitter.com/markvogler (Mark Vogler) and http://twitter.com/outgary (Gary Saperstein) are the founders of http://twitter.com/outinvineyard (Out in the Vineyard) and have put together a line-up of events, special guests and host wineries, that cannot be missed. Gay Wine Weekend kicks off Friday, June 17th, with a VIP Reception at the host hotel, http://www.macarthurplace.com/ (MacAurther Place) and is open to all http://www.outinthevineyard.com/events/twilight-t-dance-tickets/ (VIP All-Access ticket holders). Following the reception, Gay Comedy Night will be held at the Sonoma Community Center. All proceeds benefit the Sonoma Community Center. The events continue on Saturday, with the premier event of the weekend - The Twilight T-Dance. A benefit for Face to Face, Sonoma County AIDS Network - this event will feature over a dozen participating wineries, under the stars and Out in the Vineyard at Atwood Ranch. The weekend wraps up on Sunday morning with the Big Gay Brunch and Wine Auction. This event is also for VIP All-Access ticketholders and will also benefit Face to Face, Sonoma County AIDS Network. For more details on Out's in the Vineyard's very first Gay Wine Weekend, visit http://www.outinthevineyard.com/ (www.outinthevineyard.com) and don't forget to follow my new blog at http://www.winephx.com/ (www.WinePHX.com) If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please feel free to contact me at comments@nathanoutloud.com. Follow me on twitter at http://twitter.com/nathanoutloud (@nathanoutloud) & join me on the Nathan OUTloud http://www.facebook.com/nathanoutloudfans (facebook fan page). Come OUT | Be OUT | Live OUTloud Support this podcast