“Nestled between Northern California’s Santa Lucia Mountain Range and coastal Big Sur sits a conflicted land. The warm Pacific sun and maritime climate ushers abundance into the quiet farming community. Yet, each afternoon merciless winds driven by the powerful ocean, disrupt the landscape’s serenity. This is the Santa Lucia Highlands.” This conflicted land produces high-quality Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Syrah, and more.
Get to know SLH in my article for Forbes.
A Conflicted Land Produces Consistently High-Quality Wine
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