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WINE

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5 Jewelry Sale

$5 jewelry sales help raise funds for the volunteers at these hospitals. The selection is amazing! Great Christmas Gifts & Stocking Stuffers! St. Louise Regional Hospital Cafeteria Lobby

Tuesday, November 14th • 7:00am-7:00pm Wednesday, November 15th • 7:00am-3:00pm

Hazel Hawkins Hospital Main Lobby

For information visit our Facebook page $5 jewelry by masquerade in Northern California

Bev Stenehjem

Thursday, November 16th • 7:00am-5:00pm Friday, November 17th • 7:00am-5:00pm Saturday, November 18th • 8:00am-5:00pm

REAL RELAXED Customers Scott and Kathy Long take a break from

their wine and cheese plate at The Grapevine in Morgan Hill.

FREE $5 BONUS

WITH EACH $25 GIFT CARD PURCHASED

Golden grapes

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Holiday Celebration Special Holiday Edition of South Valley Magazine PLACES TO GO THINGS TO DO WHERE TO SHOP Publishes November 24, 2017 Deadline for space reservation: November 16

Throw down at The Grapevine By BEV STENEHJEM

W

e recently popped into The Grapevine, a new restaurant specializing in small plates, cheeses and wines. Valerie Evans, a former two-time Golden Gloves Champ for Northern California who sports a tattooed grapevine on her arm, previously owned The Grapevine in San Jose and has now opened a similar restaurant in Morgan Hill. With its hip urban décor reminiscent of a cannery, the restaurant has an open-beamed ceiling, stainless-steel metal chairs and modular leather-couch seating that extends outside to the patio. The wine list includes everything from bubbly white to rosé and red— ordered in flights, by the glass or by the bottle. Local wines and international wines range from $9–$19 a glass or wine flights start at $12. We ordered the Elizabeth Spencer

Sauvignon Blanc ($11), which was crisp and citrusy. We also enjoyed The Grapevine’s signature wine, “Valerie’s Cuvee” ($14) made by Comartin Cellars—a lovely Rhone blend of grenache, syrah and mourvedre. Both wines paired well with the 3-Cheese Flight ($6) accompanied by grapes, guava paste and a sliced baguette. Other items include salads, hot-grilled sandwiches and dessert. And, the kid-friendly restaurant allows customers to bring in beer from its next door neighbor, Running Shoes and Hops. Kathy and Scott Long, Morgan Hill residents for 25 years, said it best: “We are so excited because we have been waiting a long time for a good wineand-cheese shop like this to open.” Visit The Grapevine at 17520 Depot St #100, Morgan Hill.

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