There was once a time when "California wine" only meant steakhouse cabs and oaky Chardonnays (ugh). Thankfully, a new generation of winemakers is making local wines that are lighter, brighter, and dangerously drinkable. This week, wine columnist Marissa A. Ross goes deep on the West Coast wines you should be drinking right now.
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