The end of Paradisos or another chapter?

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Barbara and I have decided to stop wine production and start the process of retirement. We will continue to finish the last couple of vintages and continue to sell wine for another 3-5 years until the inventory is gone.

I continue to hope to find someone, like the person I was 35 years ago, inspired, capable, and penniless. Although we would take someone rich! I’d like to pass the passion of wine without pesticides to another. Open to a sweat equity partnership.

We plan to sell our crop to other wineries; we’ve sold a lot of it on the past few vintages. I enjoy the puzzle of the vineyard. I like being in my gardens. I’m not really wanting to sell this farm, but rather, pass it on. We are actually open to just about anything: selling the winery, selling the vineyard (and staying on as the vineyard manager), selling all of it except for our gardens and a place to live.

If you, our loyal customer, have an idea that someone you know might be a fit, feel free to contact us. Although Barbara doesn’t have that flip phone anymore, this is a vintage photo!

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