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Kasey Lee
May 9, 2017

Our Estate Rosé 2016 has just been released! This wine is sourced from our hillside estate vineyards and is a crisp and refreshing blend of Grenache, Cinsaut, Counoise, Syrah, and Mourvédre. Expressing a mouth-watering, tangy liveliness, its moderate alcohol (12.8%) makes it an ideal match for a wide variety of dishes or pure pleasure on its own.

Want to learn more about Rosé? We are breaking it down with this simple infographic! 

May 9, 2017 at 2:40 PM
Jeremy Weintraub- Winemaker

Grapevines require a certain amount of heat to make grapes and a certain amount of sunlight to make sugar, and an excess of either degrades the potential quality. From 2012 through 2016, California experienced a number of climatic events—most notably consecutive years of drought and warming temperatures-that have prompted us to reconsider how we farm for high quality wine. One solution that we’ve come up with is the use of shadecloth to lower the temperature around the grape clusters and to decrease the potential for sunburn.

Shadecloth is simply a knitted fabric that blocks UVA and UVB light from penetrating the canopy while allowing a sufficient amount of photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) to reach the leaf’s chlorophyll and other pigments. PAR, in short, is the light in the visible spectrum (400-700nm wavelength) that’s responsible for photosynthesis.

We began experimenting with black and green shadecloth in 2013 and since then we’ve covered over 90% of our vines. So far, the results are very promising. We’ve been able to harvest grapes later than we’d expected given the increasingly early budbreak with greater color, less sugar (lower potential alcohol) and far less desiccation. This year, with the cooperation of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, we’re going to experiment with a white shadecloth to see if color makes a difference—how white or black shadecloth influences wine grape composition. Stay tuned.

Apr 17, 2017 at 10:27 AM
Kasey Lee
April 13, 2017

Apr 13, 2017 at 5:34 PM
Kasey Lee
March 13, 2017

Each spring in fall, we release a new shipment for our Custom Club 2320 wine club members. Each shipment includes a variety of wines that showcases the seven distinct properties that make up the Adelaida Estate. The wine club then receives the opportunity to customize their shipment from among the set of 12 chosen wines listed below. 

Anna's White, Anna's Estate Vineyard 2015

  • Blend: Grenache Blanc 35%, Viognier 30%, Roussanne 26%, Picpoul Blanc 9%
  • Aromas: Honeysuckle, lemon meringue, baked apples, gingerbread
  • Flavors: Honeydew melon, lemon custard, ginger cookie, quince.
  • At its best now through 2019.

Anna's Red, Anna's Estate Vineyard 2013 

  • Blend: Grenache 37%, Mourvèdre 21%, Cinsaut 18%, Counoise 14%, Syrah 10%
  • Aromas: Strawberry and blackberry compote, herbs de Provence, and hazelnut liqueur
  • Flavors: Sautéed strawberries with allspice, light veal stock, sage, and thyme
  • Drink now through 2020.  

Cabernet Sauvignon, Viking Estate Vineyard 2014

  • Aromas: A mash-up of fresh cranberries and cherries, violets, graphite dust, chocolate shavings, cured tobacco leaf
  • Flavors: Cranberry skin, black currants, toast, cedar wood, fine grained dark chocolate
  • Drink through 2022

Anna's Red, Anna's Estate Vineyard 2014

  • Blend: Cinsaut 29%, Mourvedre 25%, Counoise 22%, Petite Sirah 11%, Grenache 8%, Syrah 5%
  • Aromas: Plum and blackberry conserves, roasting meat juices, wild thyme, wet earth.
  • Flavors: Dried cranberries, beef jerky, herbs-de-Provence, North African spice blend
  • Drink now through 2020.  

Zinfandel, Michael's Estate Vineyard 2015

  • Aromas: Briar patch, fresh picked raspberries, Grandfather’s pipe tobacco, pink peppercorns
  • Flavors: Wild mountain berries, sweet/tart lingonberries, mocha, brown spices, peppercorn dust
  • Drink now through 2020

Anna's Red Signature, Anna's Estate Vineyard 2014 - $50.00

  • Blend: Mourvèdre 39%, Syrah 33%, Grenache 26%, Petite Sirah 2%.
  • Aroma: Black forest fruits with notes of underbrush and wild herbs
  • Flavor: Savory game infused blackberry reduction with herbs de Provence
  • Notes: Drink now through 2020.  

Chardonnay, HMR Estate Vineyard 2015

  • Aroma: Lemon zest, ripe melon, fresh baked bread, crushed seashells
  • Flavor: Lemon meringue, honeydew melon, brioche-croissant breakfast breads, sea spray
  • Drink now through 2020.

Pinot Noir, Doctor's Vineyard 2012

  • Aroma: crushed black cherries, rose petals, sandalwood incense, milk chocolate  
  • Flavor: silky textured cherry-raspberry-strawberry compote, baking spices, gingerbread  
  • “The Doctor’s” can be enjoyed now through 2018.   

Syrah, Anna's Estate Vineyard 2014

  • Aroma: Violets, bacon, fennel earthy with graphite
  • Flavor: Black plum and blueberry compote, roast beets, and Christmas spice
  • Notes: Drink now through 2020 

Zinfandel, Michael's Estate Vineyard 2014

  • Aroma: Black raspberry reduction, chaparral, clove, smoked meat
  • Flavor: Compote of black fruits, pink peppercorns, charcuterie
  • Drink now through 2019

Syrah Reserve, Anna's Estate Vineyard 2013 

  • Aromas: Fresh blueberry, juicy raspberry and dark blackberry 
  • Flavors: Rich on the palate, bright acidity with a hint of lingering oak, rosemary and baking spice coat the palate.
  • Drink now through 2023. 
  • Accolades: 92 Points -The Tasting Panel, Anthony Dias Blue.  92 Points - Connoisseurs Guide

Nebbiolo, Glenrose Vineyard 2011

  • Aroma: Cut roses on their 3rd day, cherry skin, tree bark, forest floor, tobacco leaf 
  • Flavor: Red licorice, rose hips, hibiscus tea, turned soil, macadam
  • Notes: Drink now through 2021.   

Muscat Dessert Wines, Bobcat Estate Vineyard

  • Aroma: honey, orange marmalade, peach blossoms, pressed flowers
  • Flavor: Unctuous, honeyed white peach, candied ginger
  • Notes: Drink now through 2021.  

CUSTOMIZE YOUR WINE

Mar 13, 2017 at 11:31 AM
Jeremy Weintraub- Winemaker

Grapevines require a certain amount of heat to make grapes and a certain amount of sunlight to make sugar, and an excess of either degrades the potential quality. From 2012 through 2016, California experienced a number of climatic events—most notably consecutive years of drought and warming temperatures--that have prompted us to reconsider how we farm for high quality wine. One solution that we’ve come up with is the use of shadecloth to lower the temperature around the grape clusters and to decrease the potential for sunburn.

Shadecloth is simply a knitted fabric that blocks UVA and UVB light from penetrating the canopy while allowing a sufficient amount of photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) to reach the leaf’s chlorophyll and other pigments. PAR, in short, is the light in the visible spectrum (400-700nm wavelength) that’s responsible for photosynthesis.

We began experimenting with black and green shadecloth in 2013 and since then we’ve covered over 90% of our vines. So far, the results are very promising. We’ve been able to harvest grapes later than we’d expected given the increasingly early budbreak with greater color, less sugar (lower potential alcohol) and far less desiccation.

This year, with the cooperation of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, we’re going to experiment with a white shadecloth to see if color makes a difference—how white or black shadecloth influences wine grape composition. Stay tuned.

Mar 6, 2017 at 3:39 PM
Kasey Lee
February 23, 2017

We are happy to announce that your 2017 Spring Signature Series wine club shipment will ship on Monday, March 13, 2017. The three bottle selection will include the following: (1) Cabernet Sauvignon Signature, Viking Estate Vineyard 2014 (1) Syrah Signature, Anna's Estate Vineyard 2014; (1) Anna's Red Signature, Anna's Estate Vineyard 2014; (1) Cabernet Franc Signature, Viking Vineyard 2014; (1) Version Red Reserve, Anna's Estate Vineyard 2013; and (1) Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve, Viking Vineyard 2011.

Cabernet Sauvignon Signature, Viking Estate Vineyard, 2014
92-94 points, Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
The wine shows a saturated fruitiness and plump texture with a sense of crystallized blackberries and melted licorice leading to a long finish accenting the mocha-like richness of fine cigar tobacco wrapper and graphite tinged soft tannins. A pedigreed wine of breeding it demonstrates the potential of the vineyard in the hands of master winemaker. Drink now through 2029.
Retail $90.00 | Wine Club $72.00


Syrah Signature, Anna's Estate Vineyard, 2014
91 points, Connoisseurs’ Guide to California Wine 
Syrah 95%, Viognier 5%. Harvested at night, the fruit was hand sorted, de-stemmed, and co-fermented with 5% Viognier. Following a period of maceration on the skins, the “free run” wine was moved to a combination of new and neutral French oak barrels for 18 months. Deeply colored and densely fruited this masculine wine exhales textbook aromatics of blueberries, smoke and bacon which are reconfirmed in the fleshy, savory flavors of blackberries, salami, leather, and black pepper.
Retail $60.00 | Wine Club $48.00


Anna's Red Signature, Anna's Estate Vineyard, 2014
Mourvèdre 39%, Syrah 33%, Grenache 26%, Petite Sirah 2%. Inspired by the top cuvees of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, this reverse engineered GSM blend showcases the synergies of these varieties. Anna’s Estate Vineyard features mountain elevation and steep south facing exposures, all the better to maximize vine stress, thick skins and flavor intensity. The wine delivers the savory flavors of a game infused blackberry reduction with hints of Herbs-de-Provence and campfire smoke. Drink now through 2020.  
Retail $50.00 | Wine Club $40.00


Cabernet Franc Signature, Viking Estate Vineyard, 2014
Violet and Iris flower aromatics make for a 1st impression followed by deeply penetrating flavors of blueberries, black currants, toast, cedar wood, Christmas spices, and graphite minerality. Light on its feet yet full and generous, the wine’s silky texture leads to an opulent sustaining finish of black fruited incense.  Best decanted in the near term, drink through 2024.
Retail $70.00 | Wine Club $56.00


Cabernet Sauvignon/Syrah Reserve, Viking estate vineyard, 2011 - Library Release
Cabernet Sauvignon 65%, Syrah 35%. Made separately, these two wines were aged for a good year and a half in new and neutral oak barrels, respectively.  The syrah, without the influence of new oak, preserved its pure, exuberant fruity personality and brings to the blend a broad mouth feel which adds vitality and density to the edgier fruit acidity of the mountain influenced Cabernet. This wine can be enjoyed through 2019.  
Retail $65.00 | Wine Club $52.00


Version red Reserve, Anna's Estate Vineyard, 2013
92 points, Wine Spectator
Syrah 52%, Mourvèdre 40%, Grenache 8%. Syrah and Mourvèdre dominate the blend giving the wine a distinctive Herb-de-Provence and black olive tinged red berry fruitiness of black and red plums, it is the personification of liquid tapanade. Aromas reminiscent of wild thyme and rosemary bleed into savory red meat flavors ending in a rousing long finish of the North African spice bazaar. Drink now through 2022.
Retail $50.00 | Wine Club $40.00

Feb 23, 2017 at 2:57 PM
Kasey Lee
February 23, 2017

We are happy to announce that your 2017 Spring Signature Series wine club shipment will ship on Monday, March 13, 2017. The three bottle selection will include the following: (1) Cabernet Sauvignon Signature, Viking Estate Vineyard 2014 (1) Syrah Signature, Anna's Estate Vineyard 2014; and (1) Anna's Red Signature, Anna's Estate Vineyard 2014.

Cabernet Sauvignon Signature, Viking estate vineyard, 2014
92-94 points, Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
The wine shows a saturated fruitiness and plump texture with a sense of crystallized blackberries and melted licorice leading to a long finish accenting the mocha-like richness of fine cigar tobacco wrapper and graphite tinged soft tannins. A pedigreed wine of breeding it demonstrates the potential of the vineyard in the hands of master winemaker. Drink now through 2029.
Retail $90.00 | Wine Club $72.00


Syrah Signature, Anna's Estate Vineyard, 2014
91 points, Connoisseurs’ Guide to California Wine 
Syrah 95%, Viognier 5%. Harvested at night, the fruit was hand sorted, de-stemmed, and co-fermented with 5% Viognier. Following a period of maceration on the skins, the “free run” wine was moved to a combination of new and neutral French oak barrels for 18 months. Deeply colored and densely fruited this masculine wine exhales textbook aromatics of blueberries, smoke and bacon which are reconfirmed in the fleshy, savory flavors of blackberries, salami, leather, and black pepper.
Retail $60.00 | Wine Club $48.00


Anna's Red Signature, Anna's Estate Vineyard, 2014
Mourvèdre 39%, Syrah 33%, Grenache 26%, Petite Sirah 2%. Inspired by the top cuvees of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, this reverse engineered GSM blend showcases the synergies of these varieties. Anna’s Estate Vineyard features mountain elevation and steep south facing exposures, all the better to maximize vine stress, thick skins and flavor intensity. The wine delivers the savory flavors of a game infused blackberry reduction with hints of Herbs-de-Provence and campfire smoke. Drink now through 2020.  
Retail $50.00 | Wine Club $40.00

Feb 23, 2017 at 2:50 PM
Adelaida Team
January 24, 2017

PASO ROBLES (Jan. 23, 2017) – Adelaida Vineyards & Winery in Paso Robles just revealed their winter events lineup, including their kickoff event for 2017 Vintage Paso Weekend, headlined by celebrated wine journalist Elaine Brown on March 18.

Adelaida Vineyards & Winery -- one of the iconic Paso Robles wineries located in West Paso Robles in the Adelaida District  - produces grape varieties from France’s Rhône Valley, Burgundy and Bordeaux regions. The winery will host a variety of educational seminars and tasting events at their estate, as well as appear in premier wine festivals across the country.

The winter events season starts Feb. 12 with Adelaida’s Valentine’s Day Seminar, showing couples how to dial up the romance with chocolate and coco infused dishes. The following week the team at Adelaida will pour at the Paso Robles Rhone Rangers Experience Grand Tasting on Feb. 18 from 1 to 4 p.m., which highlights celebrated winemakers from California’s “Rhone Zone.”

Adelaida will be the featured winery at Il Cortile Ristorante’s Feb. 22 “Reverse Wine Dinner” series, where guests to choose their wine first, and Chef Santos then creates a special three-course meal around the wine selection. Winemaker Jeremy Weintraub will pour a diverse selection of impressive food-friendly wines at this installment of the nine-week series, which launched on Jan. 18 and features different wineries each week. Adelaida’s team will head to the opposite coast to pour signature wines at the Charleston Wine + Food Festival March 1-5. Although the Cannon Green Signature Dinner featuring Weintraub and Adelaida wines is sold out, guests can still taste them at the Culinary Village on March 3.

Adelaida kicks off the eponymous region’s signature 2017 Vintage Paso Weekend on March 17, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a special of perfectly cellared wines from their extensive library for just $10 per person (free for Club members). Guests can pair their favorite wines with seasonal lunch dishes from the winery’s menu. On March 18, Adelaida hosts what will likely be a standing (and sipping!) room only 2017 Vintage Paso Weekend seminar with renowned wine journalist Elaine Brown. The Wine & Spirits contributor will pair up with Winemaker Jeremy Weintraub for an interactive tasting 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. in Adelaida’s barrel room. Brown, who serves as the American Specialist for JancisRobinson.com and writes a columns for Wine Business Monthly and Wine & Spirits, will join Adelaida’s winemaker dinner that evening, catered by guest Chef Dakota Weiss. The seminar costs $75 per person ($60 for Club members) and includes wine and small bites, while winemaker dinner tickets cost $125 per person ($100 for Club members). Reservations for these high-profile events are required, please email events@adelaida.com or call 800.676.1232 Ext. 30. On March 19 the winery rounds out the weekend at The Decade Bar in their Barrel Room, featuring library wine tastings for $10 (free to Club members) and seasonal lunch items available for purchase.

Adelaida Vineyards & Winery specializes using sustainable winegrowing practices and minimalist winemaking to produce ripe, well-balanced wines, specializing in estate-grown Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, Rhone Blends, and serious Cabernet Sauvignon from their Viking Vineyard. Adelaida offers daily wine tasting with a selection of cheese, crackers and spreads, which can be enjoyed in the tasting room or on the expansive deck. They also offer the Vineyard Tour, Taste & Tailgate experience – one of the best in town --by appointment, featuring wine tasting at the source, including a tailgate picnic of artisanal cheeses and charcuterie. The winery also offers private reserve tastings are and numerous events throughout the year. The tasting room is open 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily at 5805 Adelaida Road, Paso Robles, CA 93446.

Adelaida
Located in the heart of the Adelaida District in west Paso Robles, Adelaida has deep roots in the region’s rich wine tradition. Adelaida has pioneered winemaking in the Paso Robles region since it was founded in 1981. The winery’s estate includes the legendary HMR Vineyard plus four other distinct vineyards in the west hills of Paso Robles: Anna’s, Bobcat Crossing, Michael’s and Viking. Adelaida farms all of its vineyards sustainably; its wines have consistently won widespread acclaim from top writers and wine competitions in America. 800-676-1232; www.adelaida.com. 

Jan 24, 2017 at 2:26 PM
Kasey Lee
December 19, 2016

This sweet and savory recipe is perfect for an upcoming holiday gathering. What’s not to love about melted cheese and fresh walnuts in this supper simple appetizer? Pairs well with a crisp white wine or light-bodied red. Adelaida Pairing Suggestion: Chardonnay, HMR Estate Vineyard 2015.

Ingredients:

  • 1 large round brie cheese
  • ½ cup Adelaida chopped walnuts
  • 1/8 cup brown sugar
  • ¼ tsp. ground ginger
  • Pinch of salt

Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. Cut the top of the rind off the brie
  3. In a small bowl, mix walnuts, rosemary, brown sugar ginger, and salt
  4. Spoon walnut mixture over brie and place in a small, shallow baking dish (we used a cast iron)
  5. Bake for 20 minutes or until the cheese becomes bubbly
  6. Serve with warm, sliced bread 
Dec 19, 2016 at 10:19 AM
Kasey Lee
November 29, 2016

Article: Visit Food & Wine for full article 

Located about halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, the Paso Robles American Viticultural Area (AVA) takes in a sprawling, western landscape of rolling hills, rugged mountainsides and Pacific Ocean coastline. The area is so large and diverse that it now encompasses 11 smaller AVAs, including the Adelaida District and Templeton Gap District.

Sun- and heat-loving Zinfandel was Paso Robles’ first calling card, and some of the state’s best are still found here. A second wave of wine production in the region saw Bordeaux varieties like Cabernet Sauvignon come to prominence. But recent years have seen the  burgeoning prestige of what is known as the “Westside”—west of the town of Paso Robles itself—where the flat plains east of town give way to the steep hillsides of the Coast Range, and temperatures are moderated. These vineyards are among those that have led the charge for the Rhône-style wines, like Syrah, Viognier and blends featuring Grenache and Mourvedre, that are enchanting many wine lovers. In the southwest, the fog and Pacific breezes coming through the Templeton Gap, have influenced the vineyards, which produce wines—including Pinot Noirs—that have a cool climate freshness and acidity.

There are many tasting rooms right downtown in the charming town of Paso Robles itself, but the scenic beauty of the area—and attractions like the Hearst Castle at San Simeon and Morro Bay—make it worthwhile to get out on the roads and take it all in. —Richard Nalley

Adelaida Feature 

Family owned Adelaida is one of Paso’s pioneers, established in 1981, and a case study for winemaking at altitude—its 157 acres of vineyard lie on soil that’s situated at 1,400-2,000 feet. Visitors experience the impressive altitude firsthand, driving up to the hilltop tasting room. Though best known for its Rhône wines, Adelaida makes an array of other wines, including Pinot Noir and Cabernet, and pours a generous selection in the tasting room ($10). Book ahead for special experiences like the vineyard tour that culminates with a tailgate picnic at 2,3000 feet ($50). adelaida.com

 

Nov 29, 2016 at 2:47 PM
Kasey Lee
November 16, 2016

BORDEAUX THREE BOTTLE GIFT SET
VIKING VINEYARD CABERNET GIFT SET

Enjoy three Bordeaux style wines from our Viking Estate Vineyard. This three bottle sets includes: (1) Cabernet Sauvignon Signature, Viking Estate Vineyard 2014 (92-94 points, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate); (1) Cabernet Sauvignon Viking Estate Vineyard 2014 (92-94 points, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate); and (1) Cabernet Franc Signature, Viking Estate Vineyard 2014

$179 Members, shipping & black gift box included

ANNA'S VINEYARD TWO BOTTLE GIFT COLLECTION
RHÔNE STYLE RED AND WHITE BLEND GIFT SET

 Enjoy the elegance of Anna’s Estate Vineyard expressed in two Rhône style wines. The Anna's gift set includes: (1) Anna’s White Signature Anna's Estate Vineyard 2014 (90 points, Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate) and (1) Anna’s Red Signature, Anna's Estate Vineyard 2014. 

$89 Members, shipping and black gift box included
 

HMR VINEYARD TWO BOTTLE GIFT COLLECTION
PINOT NOIR AND CHARDONNAY GIFT SET

 Enjoy two wines from our legendary, 52-year-old HMR Estate Vineyard. A stunning duo from an inspired and historic Paso vineyard. The HMR gift set includes: (1) Chardonnay, HMR Estate Vineyard 2014 and (1) Pinot Noir, HMR Estate Vineyard 2014. 

“Probably the most impressive Pinot I’ve tasted from Paso...”
- Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

$98 Members, shipping and black gift box included
Nov 16, 2016 at 3:30 PM
Casey Paige
November 9, 2016

As we wrapped up the month of October the days descend into full autumnal splendor. The pumpkin patches are overflowing, the leaves are turning color, and the 2016 Adelaida Harvest is at an end. We are absolutely thrilled with this year’s harvest. 2016 saw several unique challenges from yet another drought year, summer storms, and wildfires at our front door. And still, yellow bins of magnificent handpicked fruit rolled into the winery, day after day.

From six Estate vineyards, 157 acres, and two months of backbreaking labor, a promising 275 tons of fruit was harvested. The first pick of Muscat Blanc came in on August 16th, and the Adelaida crew raised bubbling glasses of 1984 sparkling Adelaida Pinot Noir to christen the harvest season. [insert pic from our toast].

This harvest lasted longer than past years, just over two months, which gave us a longer ripening season. The last grapes, Grenache and Petit Verdot, came in on October 19th, ending the picking stage of harvest. While every varietal showed up to play, each team has its all-stars. Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Mourvedre, and Zinfandel all have stood out. Each varietal shows tremendous vibrancy and depth of character. Cabernet Sauvignon is arguably the 2016 Harvest MVP-Most Valuable Player. The Cabernet shows great potential with skin color, cluster size, and fresh ripeness.

Every year’s harvest faces challenges, farming is an arduous endeavor. For the 2016 Harvest, Winemaker Jeremy Weintraub was most surprised with “the health of the vines despite six years of drought.” Moving on from the harvest season, the fermentation and aging stages will commence. The cellar crew are busy transferring wine from oak, concrete, and steel tanks to barrels for the ageing process. In regards to the entirety of the harvest, in Jeremy’s words, 2016 was “exhausting, but very rewarding! We’ve got the most professional and committed crew at Adelaida.” With such an astounding harvest, we are excited to see how the wines age and develop over the coming years.

Nov 9, 2016 at 11:23 AM
Kasey Lee
October 1, 2016

In a recent article from Antonio Galloni - Vinous (September 2016), six Adelaida wines scored 90 points or more. Wines included: Cabernet Sauvignon Signature, Viking Estate Vineyard 2013 (90 points); Mourvedre Signature, Anna's Estate Vineyard 2014 (91 points); Syrah Signature, Anna’s Estate Vineyard 2014 (91 points); Tribe Signature 2013 (92 points); Gamay Noir, HMR Estate Vineyard 2014 (90 points); and Pinot Noir, HMR Estate Vineyard 2014 (90 points).

Article Excerpt: Paso Robles: Taming the Beast by Josh Raynolds

"After extensive construction, work a fancy new tasting room and visitor's center has been completed at this strikingly scenic hilltop site, making Adelaida among the region’s most attractive spots for wine tasting. The quality, consistency, and approachability of the wines has increased since 2012 when winemaker Jeremy Weintraub took the reins." 

Oct 1, 2016 at 4:24 PM
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