Thursday, September 5, 2013
I feel like I just scored concert tickets to a sold out New Year's show! We were just taken off the wait list for Anthill Farms and we are pumped!
Anthill Farms is three friends that wanted to make wine together. They started out with $9,000 and released their first vintage in 2004. Their first vintage was only 250 cases and nine years later they produce 1,500 cases and can't keep up with the demand. They're up in the Anderson Valley and are known for their single-vineyard Mendocino and Anderson Valley pinots. There's no tasting room and you have to go on a wait list before you can even purchase their wines. Best part is, their wines range in price from $18-$45.
I know it sounds crazy to be so excited about wines we haven't even tried yet, but I have faith that the sommeliers at French Laundry, Gary Danko, Quince and Boulevard know what they're doing. Sign up and see for yourself!