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July 18, 2019

Wente Celebrates Opening of Vineyard Table

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Posted: Thursday, July 11, 2019 12:00 am

Wente Vineyards officially cut the ribbon on their newly remodeled dining space, now called the Vineyard Table and Tasting Lounge. Previously the site of their fine-dining restaurant, the new space is a place for friends and family to gather and make memories while enjoying Wente’s renowned hospitality.

Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce staff and members of the Board of Directors were honored to be invited to the ribbon cutting, followed by samples of the new menu. “Wente Family Estates is such an iconic fixture in Livermore, with the 5th generation of the family now working at the estates. We are so excited to see this transformation and how they are looking to the future - ready to meet the needs of generations to come,” said Dawn P. Argula, CEO and President of the Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce. The Vineyard Table and Tasting Lounge features comfortable sofas and chairs, along with table seating. The expanded outdoor dining area has a variety of seating available, from high top tables for two to comfy patio furniture around fire pits.

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