The California Wine Club 2017 Holiday Greetings from Favorite Wineries

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Here at The California Wine Club, we introduce wine lovers to artisan wineries in California, across the country, and around the world. Our wine club members love the wineries we feature, and the wineries love connecting with them too! In this video, some of our favorite wineries share their 2017 holiday greetings and messages for our customers. See what they have to say! Happy Holidays from all of us at The California Wine Club.

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