Winters in the News

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The Palms Reopens in Winters!

Click here for a great interview with Beth Ruyak’s program Insight, on Capital Public Radio:
http://www.capradio.org/news/insight/2017/01/04/insight-010417d/

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In the Palms Playhouse

 

More great articles about the reopening here:

http://www.dailydemocrat.com/article/NI/20161228/FEATURES/161229861

http://www.bizjournals.com/sacramento/news/2016/11/22/new-owners-take-stage-at-palms-playhouse-in.html

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Love for Winters in a “Local Getaways” article

“Local Getaways” Travel editor Janice Nieder writes glowingly of her discovery of  Winters in Yolo County.

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Excerpt:

Nothing against Davis- a most enjoyable college town, perfect for biking and loaded with art galleries and fun, ethnic eateries, or historic Woodland, but it’s the baby-small town of Winters, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, that gets my vote. Even the locals think their town is “cute as a button”. Stop in at the Visitor Center to pick up a map for a do-it-yourself, Historic Homes Of Winters Tour, or just wander the picturesque three-square blocks that make-up downtown. When I spied the nostalgic white gazebo perched in the center of Rotary Park, I almost took a seat to see if the 76 trombones from “The Music Man” would soon be marching in.

 

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Article on a favorite local event venue, Park Winters

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Excerpt:

George Washington Scott, one of the founders of Scottsdale, AZ, originally built the magnificent Inn at Park Winters, as a private residence in the 1800’s. The Queen Anne Victorian mansion was recently repurposed into a super-stylish, laid-back, boutique hotel/event space-perfect for savoring the slow life in style. Resulting from the combined passion and shared vision of its two newbie proprietors: John Martin, fondly referred to as “ The Bride Whisper” and his low-profile partner, Rafael Galiano, who jokingly refers to himself as merely “The Groundskeeper” Park Winters is the kind of place that once visited holds a place deep in your heart.

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New York Times article on our local publisher emeritus, Newt Wallace

Wallace received national recognition as America’s oldest paperboy, in this story from Feb. 28, 2013, that captures the soul of small town living.

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A Great Video on Winters for Spanish Univision (in Spanish)

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Local Winery, Berryessa Gap, wins awards

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Berryessa Gap Vineyards had a solid showing at the Rhone Varietal World Wine Championships,

with four wines from the vineyard receiving scores over 90.

The competition was held at the Beverage Tasting Institute in Chicago.

 

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KVIE Sacramento visits Winters

KVIE (CBS Sacramento) Television’s “Doug the Car Czar” visited Winters September 25. He loves Winters and did a  very funny video about charging your electric  car, amongst other things.

 

 

 

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http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/video/6301730-car-czar-on-the-road-in-winters/

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Winters AgriTour

Mary Helen Seeger showing visitors the Four Winds nursery

Winters’ first AgriTour attracted the attention of Sacramento Channel 13 and they did a video article.

 

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Winters Agritourism Channel 13 Video

 

 

 

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Guy Fieri Does the Putah Creek Cafe

Winters own Putah Creek Cafe was featured in the Food Network’s wildly popular show “Diners, Dives and Drive-Ins,” which aired on Monday April 4. Host Guy Fieri chatted with customers and the owners and cooked with Chef Reyes in the much awaited segment, which has been in the works since the show visited the restaurant in August 2010.

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The blogger  “MO” did a beautiful photo essay on her love affair with Winters.

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Huell Howser did an excellent “California Communities” program on Winters last year.

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A glowing article on Winters appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle on Nov. 11, 2010. Click here:

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The Sacramento Bee did a story on “Drivers, Dives and Drive Ins” coming to Winters:

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Coming to Putah Creek Cafe

http://blogs.sacbee.com/dining/archives/2010/08/winters-putah-c.html

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“Local Getaways” Travel editor Janice Nieder writes glowingly of her discovery of  Winters in Yolo County.

Click here for article and slide show:

http://www.examiner.com/article/hey-ho-hey-ho-it-s-off-to-yolo-we-go?CID=examiner_alerts_article

Excerpt:

Nothing against Davis- a most enjoyable college town, perfect for biking and loaded with art galleries and fun, ethnic eateries, or historic Woodland, but it’s the baby-small town of Winters, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, that gets my vote. Even the locals think their town is “cute as a button”. Stop in at the Visitor Center to pick up a map for a do-it-yourself, Historic Homes Of Winters Tour, or just wander the picturesque three-square blocks that make-up downtown. When I spied the nostalgic white gazebo perched in the center of Rotary Park, I almost took a seat to see if the 76 trombones from “The Music Man” would soon be marching in.