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Chef Mark noted that the following wines will be poured during the dinner: * Reception -- Pinot Concepcion Rose * 1st Course -- Cork Dancer Pinot Noir * 2nd Course -- Hitching Post Clos Pepe Chardonnay * 3rd Course -- Hitching Post Santa Rita Earth * Dessert -- Big Circle Syrah To view the full menu for this wine dinner, visit http://www.
Ostini says that not only has business ``skyrocketed'' at his eatery, but the Hitching Post label is suddenly selling well in previously pinot-resistant cities like New York, Boston and Chicago.
In announcing an Oscar Night "Sideways" celebration at the Buellton Hitching Post, Ostini said, "It's a perfect time for us to celebrate the wonderful gift of worldwide recognition that "Sideways" has given the wines of Santa Barbara.
The Hitching Post is different from traditional airport hospitality settings.
They responded to me: You come up with a horse on opening day, and we'll put in a pretty little place with a hitching post,'' Frommer said.
Accompanying wines are from Joseph Phelps, Duckhorn, Hitching Post, Au Bon Climat and Long.
In addition to hitching his mules to the wagons, Wright also saddles up and rides them.
The hitching post out back is gone and there are a few more stools in front, but everything else is still the same at The Munch Box.
Whatever you have or haven't done, you'll need to thoroughly inspect the trailer before hitching it up.
Something else that may encourage motorists to take a chance on an EV1 is the increasing number of electric hitching posts popping up in public places.
In coming fairs, he hopes to expand to include demonstrations, such as hitching a mule to the hay baler and showing how it works.