12/08/2021 | 12-6pm
8500 Dry Creek Road
Geyserville, CA 95441
wine ~ food ~ music ~ specials ~ fun
CAST invites our industry friends to join us for our
Holiday Open House
Open House: 12-6
Live Music : 4-6
This is a FREE event for our industry friends.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP by 12.5.21
Friends, mingle and taste wines around the property while enjoying snacks, live music and some special holiday offers.
It’s time we get reacquainted — as well as introduce some new CAST wines.
This evening, we’ll be offering tastings and special industry pricing of 50% off
on the following wines:
Sparkling Brut Rosé, Sonoma County
Sauvignon Blanc, Bucher Vineyard 2020
Syrah, Sonoma Mountain, 2019
Old Vine Zinfandel, Watson Vineyard, Dry Creek Valley, 2018
Zinfandel, “Late,” Dry Creek Valley, Dessert Wine, 2017
If you’d like to pre-order wines, or if you’d like to purchase and pick up
another time. please reach out to Raymond
Starting at four, enjoy an eclectic blend of acoustic country, folk, blues, rockabilly, and bluegrass. on the Members Terrace by the Hooper and Sloss duo!
We look forward to seeing you all!
The CAST Team
Dave Hooper and Dan Sloss*
Courtesy of The Dave Hooper Duo
Dave Hooper (guitar, harmonica, vocals), and Dan Sloss (guitar, accordion, and vocals), comprise the musical duo of “Hooper and Sloss”. Their roots are in Americana music–a blend of folk, country, blues, bluegrass, rockabilly, and 1950s-70s favorites. They blend originals with covers, served up with style and humor.In their present incarnation, they have worked together since the fall of 2013, but their partnership goes back to the mid 1970s when they performed around Sonoma County as the trio, “Hooper, Sloss, and Blackford”.Dave Hooper is an award-winning songwriter who began his musical journey playing in a surf band in Southern California, before branching out into folk, blues, bluegrass, and country music. He spent several years in Europe living as an itinerant folk singer; returned to Sonoma County to earn a degree in music and perform locally, before moving first to Nashville, and then Austin, where he spent two decades honing his craft.Dave has released ten albums on his own label, the latest being 2019’s “The Request Line is Open” CD.Dan Sloss grew up in the Bakersfield area, where he absorbed the rich country music heritage around him. In the 1970s Dan moved north to Mendocino County, and then Santa Rosa, where he hooked up with Dave for several years before venturing on to blues, county, and rock bands. In addition to the bass, Dan is proficient on guitar, piano, and accordion, as well as knowing his way around on the mandolin and ukulele. Dan currently resides with his wife in San Rafael.