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BETHLEHEM  — A popular wine bar in town has closed.
The owners of Twisted Vine Wine & Tap posted on their Facebook over the weekend that the tapas and wine bar closed its doors on June 18. The wine bar, located in Delmar’s Four Corners, attracted many local residents over its seven years in operation.
Owners Brendan McCann and Dan Casey, who also own Perfect Blend Café & Bakery, did not offer an explanation as to why they decided to close down the business. However, they did offer future plans to use the space as a prep kitchen, private events space and office space for Perfect Blend.
McCann and Casey said they will continue to host wine pairing dinners, live music, beer pairing dinners and catering and to-go food from the space.
“We have several opportunities to grow our business at Perfect Blend and feel that making this transition is in the best interest of our ownership, our families and our staff,” they wrote on Facebook. “Our hope is that ultimately, it is the best possible decision we can make for our customers as well.”
McCann and Casey did not respond to requests for comment.
Massarah Mikati covers communities of color and breaking news for the Times Union. She was previously a state reporter for Johnson Newspaper Corp., covering the New York State Legislature for 10 counties in the Hudson Valley, Western New York and North Country. From 2017-2019, Massarah was a Hearst Fellow reporting on immigrants and refugees for the Times Union, then communities of color for the Houston Chronicle. Massarah graduated from The Ohio State University in 2017 with a B.A. in journalism, Middle East studies and Francophone studies. Follow her on Twitter and send tips to mmikati@timesunion.com.

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