Vintner Interview: Deirdre Heekin | La Garagista

 

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Favorite thing about the local wine industry: That it is small and personable. That we have little-to-no rules and everyone has the ability to find their own niche. We are a region of experimentation and questions. I think this is one of our strong suits. I am also very thankful for the incredible soils we can work in, some of the oldest geology on the planet with the potential to make some of the best wines.

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