People think of France when they think of pricey wine. However, the Californian wine birthplace has somehow exceeded all of the world's most famous vineyards. Collectors and customers alike are interested in wines from the Napa Valley. The top wines of California are from this valley. The green valley provides a near-ideal growth environment for wine, which is one of the key reasons. In 1981, it was designated as California's first American Viticulturally Area due to its climate, geography, and vibrant history.
In Napa Valley, the perfect trifecta for growing grapes exist great climate, rich soil, and varied topography. As a result, some of the best wine in the world is made, but brilliance typically comes at a high cost. Napa Valley's wines are no exception. The US wine market fetches high pricing due to its higher quality, desirable provenance, and relative scarcity.
Speaking about the top Californian wines, I would suggest you the Blazon- Californian Pinot Noir. Pinot Noir 2016 Blazon (California) The smells and flavors of this medium- to full-bodied wine are dominated by charred wood and a pronounced spice. It's on the more flamboyant side of the range, with oak looming but plenty of cherry and berry aromas underlying. We challenge you to give a go to either of the top California wines and report us back! Enjoy your drink!