Rafael Sanchez wrote: This means getting INTO wine younger and younger.
Rhonemaker wrote:California has little wine history in comparison to the rest of the world. When California wines first became recognized as quality wines we knew our advantage was the sun, we knew there was that ripe quality that you couldn't find every vintage over seas. This is an exciting time in our industry because a lot of producers are taking a step back to find the signature of the land in their wines. The wines are still fresh with fruit, but perhaps a bit restrained, in this capacity they don't hide where they are from with blinding alcohol and copious amounts of overripe fruit. This is quite exciting indeed. California is slowly building its history, sifting though its soils to find the best plots of land. Cheers!
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