“GRAPES BETWEEN OUR TOES” (early press release)

What follows is an early press release that is going out on behalf of La Jolla Wine Tours regarding the networking dinners at Customer Contact 2010, West: A Frost & Sullivan Executive MindXchange. For all of those who attended this year, thanks for making the week such a success and stay tuned for plenty of post-event coverage right here and on Twitter @FS_events.




La Jolla Wine Tours brings grape stomp and wine tasting to Frost & Sullivan’s corporate event at Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines.

La Jolla, California – It was an unusual sight seeing business men and women inside a wine crushing pad stomping grapes on the patio of the Hilton Torrey Pines. One hundred and fifty guests attended Frost & Sullivan’s 6th Annual Customer Contact 2010 on Tuesday, October 19. La Jolla Wine Tours provided the wine for wine tasting from their wine makers, Tony of La Serenissima Winery in Warner Springs, and Johnny Schwaesdall of Ramona Winery. The main event of the evening, the Grape Stomp, was also provided by La Jolla Wine Tours and directed by Basilio Ceravolo of The Turquoise, Cafe Bar Europa in Pacific Beach.

“I love feeling the grapes squishing between my toes; it’s so exciting being part of the ‘feet on’ wine making process!” Autumn Gondecki, Senior Event Coordinator, Frost & Sullivan.

La Jolla Wine Tours is planning several more corporate grape stomp and wine tasting events in the near future.

For Special Events and Fine Wine & Gourmet Food Walking Tours, please contact Shira at La Jolla Wine Tours, (858) 551-5115 or shira@LaJollaWineTours.com

Contact: Shira Wiseman

La Jolla Wine Tours

7514 Girard Ave., Suite 1110

La Jolla, California 92037

(858) 551-5115



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