The legend of the Purple Cowboy is rooted in the early days of California cattle and wine country. A band of winemaker cowboys created a wine so dark and rich it turned their teeth purple. They became known by one name, the Band of the Purple Cowboys.
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Fell in love with this wine when I moved to and found it in Lodi. I turned my son on to it and he raves about it also. Lodi is wine country but to me this surpasses any thing I have tried from here.
My name is Ken Swearinger and would like to know if purple cowboy would be interested in being a sponsor at our rodeo this year. Our rodeo is prca sanction. I tried last year to see but it was to late do anything. I am with the Stonyford horseman’s association n I run the bar section. If I could get info on who to call someone get ahold of me. 530 517-0428
Hi Ken! Please send us an email with the details to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll review the idea with our team. Thanks!
– Chelsea from the Purple Cowboy team