Alex DeLeon at Mad Pursuit Brewing Co. Photo by Robert Eliason.

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Eat, Drink, Savor: Mad Pursuit brightens the holidays with a host of new beers

Year’s end sees it producing its finest brews yet.

Kathina Szeto at Bene Gifts Hollister. Photo by Robert Eliason.

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Eat, Drink, Savor: Vinegars, oils, and sauces highlight the San Benito Bene label

Hollister shop specializes in locally and regionally produced foods and gifts.

Alexia and Nathan Chang. Photo courtesy of Idyll Time Wines.

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Eat, Drink, Savor: Golden Retriever, Jovial jesters, and Venetian masks celebrate new winery, Idyll Time

Idyll Time Vineyard debuts with three 2019 red wines in its first year of production.

Jerry Ginsburg and Barbara Rever. Courtesy of Oils of Paicines.

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Eat, Drink, Savor: Oils of Paicines serves up delicate flavors

Organic olives from local orchards are picked at the right time for perfect oils.

Michael Simons and Christina Cohen at the Comanche tasting room. Photo by Robert Eliason.

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Eat, Drink, Savor: Comanche Cellars brings the taste of San Benito County to Monterey

The array of San Benito's unique grape varieties are showcased in their Comanche and Dog & Pony wines.

Jim and Mari Rossi. Photo by Robert Eliason.

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Eat, Drink, Savor: B&R Farms showcases the versatile Blenheim apricot

Hollister orchard offers apricot products for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Lauren Strone of Eden Rift. Photo by Robert Eliason.

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Eat, Drink Savor: Eden Rift celebrates five new wines at a tasting event

Guests also feast on selections from Smoke Point BBQ.

Patti Gonzales packaging apricots. Photo by Robert Eliason.

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Eat, Drink, Savor: ApricotKing Orchard helps keep the Blenheim apricot alive

The fruit’s thin skin makes it more difficult to harvest and limits its shipping range.

Ron Siletto. Photo courtesy of Siletto Family Vineyards.

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Eat, Drink, Savor: Siletto Family Vineyards is a wonderland for visiting winemakers

The nearly three dozen varietals range from old favorites to the rare and unusual.

Margot Tankersley and her candy. Photo by Robert Eliason.

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Eat, Drink Savor: Chocolates of Kayla’s Kandies

Margot Tankersley makes a line of chocolate-dipped products, including pretzels, marshmallows, Oreos, graham crackers, and locally sourced Blenheim apricots.

Bryan Saba. Photo by Robert Eliason.

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Eat, Drink, Savor: Big Paw Olive Oil Company

With over 40 products, Bryan Saba caters to many palates.

Mary Risavi of Wise Goat Organics. Photo by Robert Eliason.

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Eat, Drink, Savor: Wise Goat Organics brings great flavor

All its fermented products are cut, processed and mixed by hand.

Ryan Kobza. Photo by Robert Eliason.

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Eat, Drink, Savor: Small production Kobza Wines succeed with restraint and elegance

Riesling and mourtaou are sourced from old vine Cienega Valley grapes.

Joyce and Richard Kline of AnnEugene Wines. Photo by Robert Eliason.

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Eat, Drink, Savor: AnnEugene Wines offers impressive cabernets and merlots

Joyce and Richard Kline are recent arrivals on the San Benito County wine scene.

Lisa and David Jensen at Suncoast Organic Nuthouse Brew. Photo by Robert Eliason.

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Eat, Drink, Savor: Organic and off-the-grid Nuthouse Brew makes its delicious debut

Suncoast Organic Farms is not just a destination bakery anymore.