Mar 26, 2011

Bridlewood Estate Winery The Artist’s View of Winemaking
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Food & Beverage

What makes a wine special? Undoubtedly, it starts in the vineyard; but how can a winemaker capture that vineyard in the bottle?

At Bridlewood Estate Winery, winemaker David Hopkins crafts artisan wines that tell the story of California’s Central Coast. “There’s a sense of excitement in the winemaking community here, a spirit of discovery,” says David. “The Central Coast is unparalleled in its array of soils, microclimates and varietals. It’s a winemaker’s dream to be in on the ground floor, uncovering these incredible vineyards.”

David’s wines speak to the kaleidoscope of flavors that unfold along the Pacific Coast from San Francisco to Santa Barbara. With more than 20 vintages behind him, David knows exactly how to find the best grapes in the hidden corners of the Central Coast. He visits the vineyards, gets to know the winegrowers and makes it his business to understand the region’s burgeoning sub-appellations.

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