A winery in the hills of central California is looking to bring back champagne and, with a winery winemaker in the building, it’s looking to win the hearts of diners and winemakers.
The company, Hallmark Wine, announced the opening of the California winery last week.
It is expected to be open from next year.
Hallmark Wine is a wine-making company founded by award-winning winemaker and restaurateur David Garraway in 2013.
It has a long history of winemaking, and Garraight has been a fixture of the wine industry for more than a decade.
He has won many awards for his wines and is widely considered to be one of the top winemappers in the world.
In 2013, he won a silver medal at the American Wine Institute’s Wine Spectacular, a major event at the California State Fair.
The winemaker also won a gold medal at last year’s International Wine Competition.
The winery is not a typical winery, and it won’t be offering the usual wines that winemans are used to tasting at their wineries.
It’s a more traditional tasting, in which Garraights winemaker has been able to get a greater share of the grapes from different wineries and regions.
The company is also trying to attract wine lovers from around the world, including from abroad.
“I think that it will be a really good wine,” Garraighs said.
“The wine will be an experience for the palate, it will also be a good wine to drink with other people, it’ll have a lot of the flavours that you associate with champagne and wines that have champagne in them.”
Hallmark has the ability to get out to a wider audience than typical wineries, so that is something that we want to really tap into.
“People have been very intrigued by the fact that they are bringing back a classic style winemaker, which is very rare in California, which we feel is really exciting and a really cool opportunity to be able to showcase that to the world,” Garroighs told The Irish News.
Garraigh is confident that the winery will be able find a way to keep the champagne from being too sweet and too bitter, and to retain the integrity of the style.””
We’re very excited to bring the concept to California, and we’re looking forward to having people come and taste it.”
Garraigh is confident that the winery will be able find a way to keep the champagne from being too sweet and too bitter, and to retain the integrity of the style.
“We are going to keep our champagne in the bottle, we’re going to try and retain that very old style,” he said.
“It’s not going to taste like a bottle of champagne that is made by a champagne maker, it won, but I think it will taste very much like a glass of champagne.”
The winemaker said that he would like to be involved in the winemakings business in some way.
“If I can be part of it, I’m certainly open to it,” Garrah said.