Orange Coast Winery, Newport Beach, California: I attended Orange Coast Winery, an urban micro-brewery and winery, media event last night and one word sums it up AMAZING! Orange Coast Winery owned by Riverside winemaker of the year Doug Weins and his wife Deborah Israel Weins. The evening was interesting, thoughtful and lots of fun. Doug and Debbie shared their journey of creating the winery one year ago, their new micro-beer, wines and events coming up. Julie Wood, Executive Director, of the International Princess Project presented the non-profit organization’s vision to advocate for women enslaved in prostitution – incredible powerful stories. I would encourage everyone to go to the Princess Project website and read about the organization and the products that are sold – Punjammies! And with the focus back to wine and food pairing, we ate drank and chatted the evening away…lovely. The pairings, which were so well presented that it stirred my creative juices for cooking and entertaining friends back at home – this will be fun and mischief not to far in the future! Visit Orange Coast Winery, go to their website and become a Wine Club member…good wines and fine people. So a BIG thank you to Doug and Debbie for including me last night…great evening /:~}

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One thought on “Orange Coast Winery, Newport Beach, California: I attended Orange Coast Winery, an urban micro-brewery and winery, media event last night and one word sums it up AMAZING! Orange Coast Winery owned by Riverside winemaker of the year Doug Weins and his wife Deborah Israel Weins. The evening was interesting, thoughtful and lots of fun. Doug and Debbie shared their journey of creating the winery one year ago, their new micro-beer, wines and events coming up. Julie Wood, Executive Director, of the International Princess Project presented the non-profit organization’s vision to advocate for women enslaved in prostitution – incredible powerful stories. I would encourage everyone to go to the Princess Project website and read about the organization and the products that are sold – Punjammies! And with the focus back to wine and food pairing, we ate drank and chatted the evening away…lovely. The pairings, which were so well presented that it stirred my creative juices for cooking and entertaining friends back at home – this will be fun and mischief not to far in the future! Visit Orange Coast Winery, go to their website and become a Wine Club member…good wines and fine people. So a BIG thank you to Doug and Debbie for including me last night…great evening /:~}

  1. Thanks, Linda, for being a part of our special Media night! We appreciate your shout out! Happy you could join us!!

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