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Robert Parker writes: "Working from such less prestigious appellations in Amador County as Sierra Foothills and the Shenandoah Valley, Terre Rouge has emerged as one of the stars of the region. Their wines continue to go from strength to strength, and are annual entries as my picks of some of the better Rhone Ranger offerings in the marketplace. Moreover, except for their flagship cuvee, the Syrah Ascent, prices are very fair. For starters, they have fashioned two very good dry whites. These are all impressive efforts that admirably demonstrate the poten...
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Made from 100% estate-grown fruit, Forlorn Hope calls their Queen of the Sierra wines "a celebration of the steep limestone and schist slopes of Rorick Heritage Vineyard in the Sierra Foothills." They are "organically farmed, hand-harvested, spontaneously fermented by native yeasts, unfiltered and unfined, with nothing added but minimal effective sulfur. These are honest and pure California estate wines made with soul that are approachable in price as well as in the glass. Composed primarily of Verdelho, Albariño, Muscat, and Chardonnay, this beautifully...
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Randle Johnson graduated from UC Davis and made wine for more than 35 years, working at wineries including Château Souverain, Mayacamas, Stags' Leap, Artezin and currently Hess Collection. He and his wife launched Calafia, a small label devoted to making wines from special sites in Northern California. The Verdelho comes from a small vineyard near Loomis in the Sierra foothills. They describe the Verdelho as zesty, dry, and layered.
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