Texas has never had a so-called “incubator winery” till Wedding Oak Winery felt the requirement for one.
Now, Old Man Scary Cellars, another winery, has come a few doors from Wedding Oak in San Saba sparking yet another reason visit the small town.
The brand new winery is Wedding Oak’s brooder program — a start-up winery that Wedding Oak is acquiring under its wing, offering Old Man Scary Cellars with tasting space as well as making their wine till the time when Old Man Scary has matured enough to go out on its own legs.
Mike McHenry, the founder of Wedding Oak, said that six different wineries would produce wine in the back and sell at the front, all with different storefronts that customers could select from. This is not quite that big, but the concept is similar.
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The old-time town of Dunblane in Scotland has been set abuzz by the marriage ceremony of tennis player Andy Murray to his long-term fiance, Kim Sears. Saturday’s program — dubbed as the “the royal wedding of Scotland” – happened at the Dunblane Cathedral, with crowds spilling onto the roads to back their home-grown talent.
The Olympic and Grand Slam and Olympic champion sported a traditional green and blue tartan kilt, when his bride dazzled in a vintage-style dress by Jenny Packham, a British designer. The Dunblane people braved rain, wind, and snow to get a little glimpse of the happy pair, having seen Andy grow from a young boy into a Brit sporting legend.
One of the people standing in the crowd told that this is really great to see them, especially Andy coming back to his hometown. Another said that he is a hero to them. He has done something that all local boys would really strive to do. He’s a superstar. Continue reading →
While seeing that people in the United States narrowly favor letting lesbian and gay couples to tie the knot legally, a whole new AP-GfK vote reveals that most believe that marriage related businesses must be allowed to refuse service to same-sex pairs for religious reasons.
Roughly half of the nation also believes that local police officials and judges who has religious objections should be let off from any requirement that they issue wedding licenses to lesbian and gay couples, said the poll.
The perspective of the same-sex wedding echoes that of Mormon church. Previous week, the church asked on state legislatures to allow new regulations which protect lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual people from secernment but also to save the rights of those who maintain their religious beliefs.
A self-employed Catholic from Michigan named David Kenney told that he is fine with same-sex weddings being legal. He is among the fifty-seven percent of US people who told that wedding-related businesses — like florists — must be let to refuse service if they have an objection related in their religion. Continue reading →