There’s a growing natural winemaking movement in California, and we’re all for it!
California’s first introduction to viticulture was brought by the Spanish Franciscan Missionaries in 1769 when palm trees were planted for their fronds and vineyards were planted for their wine, all to be used for communion on Palm Sunday. This fascinating history contributes to the abundance of unique and rare grape varieties California has to offer. In this class, we’ll discuss how some new wave California winemakers are planting the seeds to bring sexy back to the local natural wine scene.
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