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    Bolder wines have been favored for the past 20 years, but critics are now looking to "classic" European-style wines, which tend to be more subtle and table-friendly, says Cameron Porter of Presqu'ile Winery in the Santa Maria Valley. The area is known for its pinot noir and cold-climate varietals.

Bolder wines have been favored for the past 20 years, but critics are now looking to "classic" European-style wines, which tend to be more subtle and table-friendly, says Cameron Porter of Presqu'ile Winery in the Santa Maria Valley. The area is known for its pinot noir and cold-climate varietals. Joe Johnston The Tribune
Bolder wines have been favored for the past 20 years, but critics are now looking to "classic" European-style wines, which tend to be more subtle and table-friendly, says Cameron Porter of Presqu'ile Winery in the Santa Maria Valley. The area is known for its pinot noir and cold-climate varietals. Joe Johnston The Tribune

Is Santa Maria Valley our next big wine region?

October 18, 2017 03:50 PM