An Alma Rosa Winery Painting, entitled “Alma Rosa Afternoon”.
The now famous Sta. Rita Hills of Santa Barbara County were discovered by wine icon Richard Sanford in the 1970’s. He took a chance, planted Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and amazed the gurus with his world-class wines. Now dozens of wineries call this area home.
But the bevy of new tasting rooms can’t compete with the charm of Alma Rosa’s wonderfully rustic small tasting room. One is taken back to the genesis of winemaking in the Sta. Rita Hills. With weathered boards, a corrugated tin roof and tree-branch shaded porch there may be no better place in the valley to re-live history and taste wine.
The original oil on canvas, 9″x12″, may be viewed at the Alma Rosa winery.
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Professionally framed archival-quality giclee print on canvas.
Giclée: 9″x12″; Framed: 12″x15″
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