Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Making Angelica Wine the Old Padre Way at Gypsy Canyon

Buy some land, and anything can happen. Your property could turn out to be what will become one of the most noted American Viticultural Areas (AVAs) in California for growing pinot noir. That happened for Deborah Hall and her now-deceased husband William after buying what became Gypsy Canyon in 1994, seven years before it was declared part of the Sta. Rita Hills AVA, Santa Barbara's pinot hot spot. They also discovered their property included an overgrown vineyard amidst the brush and dry-farmed lima beans -- vines from 1887.

Want to read the rest then do so at KCET's Food Blog.

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