Matt Kettmann

Santa Barbara Independent / Wine Enthusiast

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Matt Kettmann is a senior editor at Santa Barbara Independent and contributing editor at Wine Enthusiast.

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Some new food and drink vendors have moved into shared commercial spaces on State Street.

State Street gets cozy with new shared commercial spaces

Some new food and drink vendors have moved into shared commercial spaces on State Street.

from The 805

If you’re looking for a taste of Rome paired with chilled wine, a cool ocean breeze and a Southern California sunset, then Caruso’s might end up being your favorite summer hotspot.

Inside Montecito’s Rosewood Miramar’s flagship restaurant, Caruso’s

If you’re looking for a taste of Rome paired with chilled wine, a cool ocean breeze and a Southern California sunset, then Caruso’s might end up being your favorite summer hotspot.

from The 805

“Santa Barbara County, for being such a great place for wine and a great place to visit, has always struggled to raise the kind of funds that other wine regions have to spend on…

Wine fee proposed to help promote Santa Barbara vintners

“Santa Barbara County, for being such a great place for wine and a great place to visit, has always struggled to raise the kind of funds that other wine regions have to spend on…

from The 805

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