Wine wasn’t always a mainstay on the Central California Coast. This week, we have the rare privilege to hang out with one of the legendary founders of that exceedingly important wine region, Richard Sanford of Alma Rosa Winery. He was literally one of the first to plant Pinot Noir grapes on the Central Coast. And, seriously; where would we be without Pinot? We’ll also attempt to uncork the reasons people love to save their corks! Wait until you hear how creative people become in this light-hearted chat with Matt DuBow, vice president of EpicStyle.com and creator of the wildly popular Cork Cage.
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