The purpose of a wine guide is that of tasting wines produced by the selected wineries and then choosing the best among them. We believe that it’s not only important to select the best wines but also to identify those that offer a healthy quality-price ratio.
It’s our job to look beyond the usual names and to share something truly special and interesting with our readership: Wines our readers can enjoy frequently because they aren’t prohibitively expensive.
It’s easy to verify whether famous labels and wines are good or not. It’s much more complicated to discover wines from certain areas or producers that represent something new and unique, something you might not already find at your local wine shop or restaurant.
And that’s why the editors of the Slow Wine Guide to the Wines of California 2018 have selected the following DAILY WINES for you.
Handley Cellars Anderson Valley Pinot Noir 2014
Terra Sávia Mendocino Cabernet Sauvignon 2011
Idlewild Wines Fox Hill Vineyard Dolcetto 2015
Hudson White Study 2016
Sinskey Vin Gris of Pinot Noir 2016
Giornata Il Campo Rosso 2015
Folded Hills Estate Lilly Rosé 2016
Bonny Doon Vineyard Syrah Le Pousseur 2013
Skinner Vineyards El Dorado Grenache 2015
Porter Creek Vineyards Mendocino County Old Vine Carignane 2014
Front Porch Farm White 2015