Business woman Collete Goga recently opened her latest enterprise, Yosemite Wine Tails, which caters to wine and dog lovers. Her near-constant companion, Ziggy, a 3-year-old Miniature Pincher, Lab and Corgi mix, is a rescue dog. Guests at the business may spot him politely doing his duty as official greeter or security guard of tasty doggie treats.
Business woman Collete Goga recently opened her latest enterprise, Yosemite Wine Tails, which caters to wine and dog lovers. Her near-constant companion, Ziggy, a 3-year-old Miniature Pincher, Lab and Corgi mix, is a rescue dog. Guests at the business may spot him politely doing his duty as official greeter or security guard of tasty doggie treats. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star File Photo
Business woman Collete Goga recently opened her latest enterprise, Yosemite Wine Tails, which caters to wine and dog lovers. Her near-constant companion, Ziggy, a 3-year-old Miniature Pincher, Lab and Corgi mix, is a rescue dog. Guests at the business may spot him politely doing his duty as official greeter or security guard of tasty doggie treats. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star File Photo

Passion for wine, animals and community

November 08, 2016 01:42 PM

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