A tribute to St. Urban, patron saint of vineyards and winegrowers.
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Inspired by Indigenous Mexican and Mexican American traditions . This tribute to St. Urban, the patron saint of vineyards and winegrowers, also highlights one of the world’s greatest wines from the Schütt vineyard in Dürnstein, Austria .
Original illustration by an artist in Alamosa, CO who wishes to remain anonymous.
100% cotton, Rolled-Hem edges. Individually hand printed at CREAM Design & Print in Tucson, Arizona.
- We are a small Wine Circus with overbooked performers, please allow up to 1 WEEK for us to fulfill your order. We promise we’ve put it in the juggling act
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