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Satisfying Sips for a Sweet February

As seen in the February 2020 issue of Galveston Monthly magazine, on the stands now.

  Between Valentine's Day, Girl Scout Cookie deliveries, and just staying in because of cold days, February is a great time to sip something sweet. This month we look at some history, different production methods, and wines to pair and some to enjoy on their own.




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