If you have not already checked out the March issue of Seventeen Thirty-Four Magazine, don’t miss our interview with Black Vines Founder, the phenomenal Fern Stroud.
After several days of rain, it is a welcome relief to see the afternoon sun peeking from behind the clouds. Add that to a delicious meal next to a view of the Sacramento River, and you really have a reason to enjoy some great conversation over a bottle or two of amazing wine.
Black Vines, an annual celebration in honor of Black History Month, brings together black winemakers, artists, and musicians to not only connect with the community of black wine enthusiasts, but also to educate, to entertain, and to showcase to the world the work and talents of African-Americans in the industries of wine and art.
Seventeen-Thirty Four sat down with Black Vines Founder, Fern Stroud, at Sacramento’s Scott’s Seafood on the River to chat about the history behind her event, and to have some real talk about the African-American wine community….. Continue reading at www.1734mag.com.
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