Their initial wines, made by Daryl Groom, will be released in fall of 2008. So far, there are only a couple of postings from Holly Myers (Director of Marketing and a principal), spaced a couple of months apart. It sounds like an interesting experiment (the first urban winery in a US National Park), so I hope that they will step up their posting frequency. There have to be some good stories in there somewhere. The owner of Foggy Bridge is John Kontrabecki, a commercial real estate developer.
My take is that Foggy Bridge is more of a tourist attraction than a winery, with great views of the Bay, a restaurant/canteen, wine for purchase, and (incidentally) a working winery. Will the wines attract a following? It remains to be seen. I don't think wine sales alone will make this winery a financial success, although they do have some interesting wine club options, including barrel futures (limited to 50 "owners").
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