Enjoying a glass with Grace Hill Winery

The beautiful weather of the Kansas wine country. How many times has that phrase fallen off the tongue? We all know we deal with some pretty severe weather, so how does a local vineyard manage to not only sustain a quality vineyard in this environment, but notable wines as well, and then build a following around this extraordinary delectable drink?  Grace Hill Winery Marketing Manager Jeff Sollo will share what it takes to make this happen at Grace Hill, from time spent in the vineyard to local event and social media marketing.

Join us for lunch on April 17 for great tips from a savvy manager of a savory product.

About Jeff:

Jeff Sollo is the Marketing Manager for Grace Hill Winery. During his time at Grace Hill, he has done everything from social media to event coordination to product design to manual labor in the vineyard. A native of Wichita and graduate of the University of Kansas, he is all about supporting local, including (but not limited to) the Jayhawks and Shockers.

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