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Archive: May 2013

Summer is Coming and We’re Hot!

  The signs are already here. Leaves have popped out on the trees, the birds are singing, the sky is blue, and the ocean looks mighty inviting. Soon, summer will be in full swing and all we'll be able to do is lie around in the blazing heat and pant like dogs. We have the perfect antidote to summer misery! What if we told you we had access to air-conditioned transportation to breezy wineries by the sea, where you could sip chilled wine and cold beer while you eat delicious food? And what if we told you that we've been doing it all along? Come beat the summer heat with us. Bring your loved ones this summer* and we’ll treat you to the best local San Diego’s Wineries on our cool Chauffeured Bus Tours or on our famous San Diego…

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May 24, 2013

Happy Memorial Day from San Diego Beer and Wine Tours!

  Memorial Day, once known as Decoration Day, is a federal holiday with somber roots. It's a day that was specifically created after the Civil War to honor the memory of the men and women in uniform who died fighting wars. Over time, it has evolved into a day to acknowledge all those who are departed, not just those in uniform, and to spend time with loved ones. We at San Diego Beer and Wine Tours honor our women and men in uniform and hold them in the highest esteem. That's why we are offering a special military discount and $5 off  all tours throughout the month of May. And you better believe that we'll be drinking a toast to you! Brooke B., Hero Worshiper 

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May 9, 2013

Happy May Day from San Diego Beer and Wine Tours!

  It's May Day! Today is also a great day in southern California, because it's when the weather turns the corner from April Showers to May Gray. After that we have June Gloom and then our requisite six months of summer – so as you can see it's the perfect time for a feast! This traditional spring holiday is a festival day in many cultures, often related to the ancient Celtic feast day of Beltane.  In many pagan cultures, this was officially the first day of summer, and lest we be accused of getting off-topic, we would like to direct you to Sir James Frazer's epic historical book, The Golden Bough: Thomas Pennant, who travelled in Perthshire in the year 1769, tells us that “on the first of May, the herdsmen of every village hold their Bel-tien, a rural sacrifice….

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May 1, 2013