It can be supposed that it all comes down to a matter of taste and custom. The thought of enjoying a good glass of wine may never enter many readers’ minds. For them, it may be more than relaxing and unpretentious just to enjoy a good, ice-cold brew or two. That may depend on the weather. The beer is preferably enjoyed ice cold and best enjoyed in the hottest of climates. How does a good glass of wine fit into this climate?
Actually, it fits rather nicely. The Californian strip is by now well-known for its temperate climate, sometimes warmer and drier. It has been perfect for many years now in harvesting an award-winning cultivar. Of course, there are other areas across the country, sometimes dry, and indeed across the world, that remain perfect for the harvesting of grapes required to make the wine. Numerous varieties of wine redding ca cultivation is now possible.
This has more to do with vintner enterprise than suitable climates. A small wine cellar does not, however, have to be solely focused on the cultivation of different bouquets. It can have a retail focus. The retail exercise is successful when the purveyor of the cellar’s wines has a good nose for picking out certain selections. These could all be influenced by the time of the year, the culture, the customs and the tastes.
Most people will enjoy a chilled glass of Chardonnay on the patio during the traditional weekend barbecue. And many more urban folks these days have a tendency towards fine, dry reds which serve as perfect accompaniments for the pizza slice or pasta bowl, and certainly the cold winter’s night. It does have a tendency to warm the cockles.