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Casa Larga expands tour offerings

Rochester Business Journal
November 27, 2013

Casa Larga Vineyards Inc. is expanding its winery tour program to include tours conducted in American Sign Language and Spanish.

The Perinton winery is the first in the state to offer the tours, it said.

"We are so excited to be able to broaden our tour offerings to the greater community," said Andrea Colaruotolo-O'Neill, marketing director, in a statement. "It makes sense, especially with the large deaf and Spanish communities here in Rochester."

Casa Larga hired two employees to lead the tours, which will be available year-round by privately scheduled appointment.

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