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Old 04-23-2012, 11:50 AM
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I received the coolest press package today from Pasa Robles in California. A big winery destination, they pointed out the many wineries that welcomed families. For example, Ancient Peaks Winery offers a zip line adventure and tour, while Clautiere Winery has a virtual fun house with wigs and mirror room. Eberle Winery offers bocce ball [...]

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Old 04-23-2012, 08:17 PM
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We've visited wineries, distileries and breweries with our kids. I think it's good to teach children about the positive, historic and scientific side of alcohol since often all that is portrayed is the negative side and often all they learn from their friends is about drinking to excess rather than drinking as part of a meal and as a sophisticated social aspect of life.

Many places we've been have had interesting distractions or displays that appeal to kids.
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