A Salute to Pend Oreille Winery: Here, Here!
Here, Here! A Salute to Pend Oreille Winery
Inspired by this very respectable business effort to invest in Sandpoint for the long-term, SandpointPR.com, owner/editor Dwayne Parsons, and Living-Tones.com artist Kathleen Pearson-Brock raise a glass or two to toast Steve and Julie Meyer who put it all together.
Memorial Day marks their move into the refurbished, fantastic remodel of the Belwood Furniture building: The Pend Oreille Winery Gift Shop now 301 Belwood, on the corner of Cedar Street and Third Avenue in Downtown Sandpoint. Here, Here!
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We not only feel this is a very good thing for Sandpoint: we believe it as well, wholeheartedly. Here, Here!
Steve Meyer has carried a policy of community support and participation since the opening of their winery at 220 Cedar Street 17 years ago. Since then, the Meyers and company have not only added a terrific ambiance of friendship and character but have provided a fine gift shop, good wines along with fine art displays and weekly entertainment throughout all seasons of the year. Here, Here!
They participate in local activities and support local businesses, so as we raise our toasting glasses filled with Huckleberry Blush and award-winning 207 Cabernet Sauvignon, we ask all of greater Sandpoint, Coeur d’Alene and North Idaho to do the same. Come on down, Canadians; you know you’re welcome here! Come on over, Spokanites; we’ll sip a good wine with you too. Hey, Montanans, ride over on a pony if you have one, a quarter horse will do: nothing like good neighbors.
We truly appreciate all the folks at Pend Oreille Winery and the contractors who participated in this extraordinary remake, for their respective and major contributions to our economy and faith in our community.
Together, you’ve added a rich heritage to Sandpoint’s lifestyle of fine arts, quality people, and our healthy and diverse playground to make this a truly great place to live, raise our kids and retire.