CRUSHPAD Hosts Largest Urban Winemaking Event Ever
Over 600 Celebrate Winemaking at San Francisco Open House
(EMAILWIRE.COM, June 13, 2006) San Francisco –– Wine enthusiasts from across the country showed up in record numbers to learn about winemaking at Crushpad’s 3rd annual Open House. Over 600 wine enthusiasts showed their support for the San Francisco-based winery where customers make their own wine, while even more participated on the internet through the interactive Crushpad Cam.
In addition to tasting 2004 and 2005 vintages made at Crushpad by wine enthusiasts and commercial customers, open house attendees watched fermentation trials and tried their hand at bottling.
The open house was Crushpad’s way of thanking the community for its tremendous support. After only two years in business, Crushpad boasts 1500 winemaker-customers in 30 states and fourcountries and has produced 15,000 cases of wine, making it the fastest growing, ultra-premium winery in US history.
As a leader in the customer-centric wine revolution, Crushpad opens up world class winemaking to wine lovers around the globe. Crushpad is determined to liberate winemaking from the traditional images of impossible wealth, century-old chateaus and golden retrievers and to give the winemaking control to wine lovers.
Crushpad is currently preparing for its third harvest with fruit coming in from 25 top California vineyards and is planning to launch the first online winemaking community, Crushnet.
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