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Winemaker Meets Students, Speaks at Hospitality Benefit


Gary Eberle Gary Eberle, founder of Eberle Winery and known as the “Godfather” of Paso Robles, Calif., winemaking, spoke with students in the School of Hospitality on Wednesday afternoon about winemaking and the food and wine industry. The talk preceded an evening “California Food and Wine Pairing” event, which featured Eberle wines and a gourmet “California Fusion” menu produced by students in the School of Hospitality’s Regional American Cuisine and Contemporary Desserts classes. During the benefit, Eberle described each wine’s characteristics as diners compared each course’s wine and food pairings.

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