B.O.O.T. Hosts Fall Wine Walk in Old Town Clovis 

Photo by Ron Sundquist

October 22, 2023 – The Business Organization of Old Town held their Fall Wine Walk in downtown Clovis on Saturday evening.

While wine and wineries were abundant so were spectators and connoisseurs alike as plenty made their way down the streets of Old Town, trying different wines. 

According to the Old Town Clovis Instagram page, the Fall Wine Walk supplies wineries located throughout Old Town inside participating merchant locations.

Those merchant locations of course, being small businesses throughout downtown Clovis receive proper facetime and communication with potential customers. 

The Old Town Clovis Instagram page states, “Shop, sip and taste your way through Old Town Clovis and then purchase the wines you love in our Wine Shop, located at the corner of 5th and Pollasky.” 

Whether or not one decided to purchase a potential favorite wine, each Wine Walk ticket came with one commemorative wine glass and a punch card containing all the information on the event including a map of participating wineries. 

The event ran from 5-8:30 PM in Clovis and was sponsored by companies such as I Am Boudoir, Pink Heals, State Farm Insurance agent Dave Shivers, Central Valley Community Bank, Troop 4, and CASA. 

As many made their way through the ins and outs of businesses in Old Town, they enjoyed their adult beverages from wineries included below: 

  • Fresno State Winery 
  • O’Neil Winery 
  • Amrita Cellars 
  • Oliver Winery
  • Francis Coppola 
  • Castello del Poggio
  • Santellen Vineyards 
  • 1924 
  • Juggernaut 
  • 3 Oaks Vineyard 
  • Quady Winery 
  • Gibson Wine Company 
  • La Crema Winery 
  • Hook or Crook Cellars 
  • Gnarly Head 
JT is a recent college grad with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication. He is mainly interested in sports and entertainment but covers a wide array of subjects. He currently writes for the Fresno State Baseball Dugout Club. JT looks forward to continuing his career at the Clovis Roundup and is excited to be working closely with a community that is very proud of its people.