I am proud to report I've got a new gig, and even better, it involves glug-glugging. I'm going to providing weekly wine posts for the KCET Food website. So, on Wednesdays go check it out and like it on FB and share it, etc.
The first entry, and they all will be getting the "start and nudge" treatment here like the Indy articles, is about Goodland Wines.
Supergroups rarely add up to more than the sum of the parts; let's face it, Blind Faith is probably better known at this point for its shocking album cover than its music. But maybe supergroups are better with grapes than guitars. Such is the case with one of Santa Barbara's newest ventures, Goodland Wines, which just started releasing its small lots (no more than 82 cases of any wine; current prices range from $15 to $40 a bottle) this March.
Want to read the rest then do so at KCET's site.
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