Hey Bloggers, not sure if you read the Sunday July 1, 2012 food and wine section in the SF Chronicle but they mentioned that there are only about 176 acres of Albarino planted in the whole state of California and that it is fast becoming a very popular varietal and at some point down the short road may challenge the Chardonnays for popular whites. Given it fast growing popularity it will be a hard to get this wine later in the year. Stop by Locals and try the Eric Ross Albarino, it pairs great with Burratta cheese served on grilled bread toast points with Arugula and Prosciutto.

Bill Caruthers
Locals Tasting Room
(707) 857-4900

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