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A Great Accomplishment for "Silver Star Winery of Texas" copyright 2014 by John J. Rigo

A Great Accomplishment for “Silver Star Winery of Texas” copyright 2014 by John J. Rigo

 

"My Bride" Linda Stewart-Rigo, a graduate of UC of Davis "Winemaking" copyright 2014 John J. RIgo

“My Bride” Linda Stewart-Rigo, a graduate of UC of Davis “Winemaking” copyright 2014 John J. RIgo

New Sign for "Stewart-Rigo Winery" formerly "Silver Star Winery of Texas" copyright 2014 John J. Rigo

New Sign for “Stewart-Rigo Winery” formerly “Silver Star Winery of Texas” copyright 2014 John J. Rigo

I am proud to announce that as of yesterday, that my bride of twenty-five years, Linda Stewart-Rigo received her Certificate of Completion from UC of Davis out of California for 185 hours of work toward “Winemaking.” The course consisted of five parts and took two years to complete on-line.  It qualifies my wife to be a manager and winemaker for “any” vineyard in the world with these credentials.

With the recent news that Napa valley in the future will now greatly restrict the approval any new vineyards and wineries, East Texas is now considered the next greatest explosion of vineyards and wineries in the world.  This is due to great growing conditions, availability of the Wilcox Aquifer and the reasonable acquisition of such lands in this part of Texas: http://stewart-rigowinery.com

Visit us soon in East Texas, 45 minutes from downtown Dallas, to see the fulfillment of our dream in Henderson County, Texas: http://stewart-rigowinery.com.  If you desire to receive consultant work on this subject, contact John J. Rigo at texascommentator@hotmail.com or phone me at 469-450-4144. 

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