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It’s been a year since the devastating floods swept through Montecito. But the recent rains proved that Evacuations and go-bags are not going anywhere anytime soon.
This story about a new line of gourmet foods bearing the Montecito name — wine, coffee, olives and, soon, beer — actually begins in New Zealand. That's where a young John Braid, back in the 1960s, fell in love with wine and sold a lot of it out of his shop.
It's a passion that followed the entrepreneurial Kiwi when we packed his bags and moved to Santa Barbara, and then acquired a little shop on East Valley Road.
by Santa Barbara News-Press
As Patrick Braid pulls up in front of Village Cheese and Wine Store in Montecito with a carload of supplies, the line inside the shop reaches the door.
by Santa Barbara Independent
Every day since the January 9 natural disaster, Village Cheese & Wine Store, located in Montecito’s Upper Village, has been open for business. But not in the traditional sense.