The Road to Vintage Santa Clara

The governor’s order has temporarily closed all tasting rooms.
But we hope to be in one another’s presence again soon.

“We are not victims of fate,” says Gov. Gavin Newsom ’89, telling Californians struggling to fight a pandemic that the future is in our hands. Be safe. We’ll toast to those we love, friendship, and learning soon. Then, you can take the passport from the print edition of Santa Clara Magazine with you for free tastings at 14 Santa Clara-related wineries. In the meantime, the wineries highlighted with blue are offering online deals for the Bronco community. Here’s a look at where you can go, now and later.

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The Road to Vintage Santa Clara

Discover Broncos in the Wine Business

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