The town of Frisco has released a couple of specially labeled wines for a fall festival. They're named after landmarks around the town. Under the headline, "Frisco Celebrates Autumn with Two Very Special Wines," Summit Daily News Reporter Alex Miller writes:
"FRISCO — At almost 9,100 feet above sea level, Frisco isn’t exactly a wine-making region. But that doesn’t mean it can’t have its own signature wines.
"As part of the town’s 'Autumn Spectacular' celebration, Frisco partnered with Guy Drew Vineyards in Cortez to offer two special bottles with the town’s labels.
"One is '9097 Main Street,' a red Meritage; the other is 'Peak One Gewürztraminer,' a white, sweet wine.
"Tim Bock, the town’s marketing director, said the wines were produced and labeled to pair with the Autumn Spectacular and to add more marketing appeal to attract visitors to Frisco during the fall."
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