They had quite the crowd at the event which was nice to see.
The evening started with a Pisco Sour. I was told this is the national drink of Chile. The drink was very good and very strong. A few of those and you can say goodnight. Pisco is similar to Grappa as it’s distilled from grapes and made in the winemaking regions of Chile and Peru.
I did learn that Brotherhood is moving forward with the refurbishing of most of the buildings on the grounds. One of the buildings will be a full service culinary restaurant. The building next to the tasting room when complete will be a reception hall good for events such as weddings and corporate affairs.
Santa also made a guest appearance during the evening. After I told him what I wanted for Christmas he was nice enough to take a picture with me.
Wines were flowing during the reception. It was nice, because I was able to taste a variety of the wines I haven’t tasted before. Their Semi-Dry Reisling, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir and their famous Blanc de Blanc. All were very good!