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Kunde Winery enologist Andrew Cooper watches as the winery’s own old-vine zinfandel grapes are crushed Thursday afternoon. Cooper said that this year has been a good harvest so far – not as abundant as last year’s, but the quality is good. /Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune

Crushing a future zin

Kunde Winery enologist Andrew Cooper watches as the winery’s own old-vine zinfandel grapes are crushed Thursday afternoon. Cooper said that this year has been a good harvest so far – not as abundant as last year’s, but the quality is good.

Last Saturday, the Sonoma Valley Regional Library hosted the Busy Bee Dogs, made up of canines rescued from shelters that now perform amusing tricks for the entertainment of children. Above, trainer Lana Maeder gets Shredzilla to jump through hoops. Children packed into the library until there was standing-room only for the show. /Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune

Busy Bee Dogs attract a crowd

Last Saturday, the Sonoma Valley Regional Library hosted the Busy Bee Dogs, made up of canines rescued from shelters that now perform amusing tricks for the entertainment of children. Above, trainer Lana Maeder gets Shredzilla to jump through hoops. Children packed into the library until there was standing-room only for the show.

As part of the Wine Country Weekend, Jean-Charles Boisset of Buena Vista Winery hosted vintners and VIPs for a ball with an 1860s twist last Saturday. Above, Boisset greets the crowd./Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune

An 1860s affair

As part of the Wine Country Weekend, Jean-Charles Boisset of Buena Vista Winery hosted vintners and VIPs for a ball with an 1860s twist last Saturday. Above, Boisset greets the crowd.

 
 

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