Grapes of Worth: 7 Wines That You Need to Taste

Tired of the same old cab or pinot? Here are seven varieties you’ve (probably) never heard of that are as good or better
Coleman Andrews • Los Angeles Magazine • June 1, 2022
UNTIL THE LATE twentieth century, the average California wine drinker came into contact with only a handful of the 10,000 grape varieties that are used to produce wine: cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir, zinfandel, chardonnay, maybe an occasional...
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