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What: Annual Wine and Liberty Celebration

When: October 5, 2008 1:00 PM

Where: Westover Vineyards, 34329 Palomares Road, Castro Valley, CA 94552

Come celebrate the harvest season with friends, family and fellow
Libertarians at Westover Vineyards in bucolic Palomares Canyon near Castro
Valley. Unique to Westover is its focus on crafting unusual ports from grape
varietals such as zinfandel, cabernet, merlot, petite syrah and chardonnay.
Its selection of 20+ ports -- including specialties like white vanilla and
cabernet chocolate-- is the largest of any winery in the U.S. Westover
Vineyards' winemaker/owner (and passionate Libertarian) William Westover
Smyth also produces a variety of red and white wines from the Livermore
Valley, Central Coast and Russian River appellations.

As in the past, our Wine and Liberty celebration includes wine/port tasting,
non-alcoholic beverages, light hors d'ouevres and souvenir Libertarian-logo
wine glasses. Don't forget to participate in the raffle for a chance to win
some terrific prizes!

Meet local candidates for congress, city council and other elected offices.

$20 per person at the door. All proceeds benefit the East Bay Libertarian
Party outreach programs.

RSVP/Questions to Jim Eyer at (510) 482-3521 or jim@.... Details,
address and directions to the winery are at


From most locations; take the Eden Canyon Road exit from highway 580. Go
south for 0.3 mile on Eden Canyon Road (turn right onto Eden Canyon Road
from the exit if coming from the West or turn left if coming from the East).
Turn right onto Paloverde Road and go for 0.5 mile. Turn left onto Palomares
Road. The winery is about 6.2 miles from that turn, on the right/West side
of the road.
[Map to <> Winery]