Settle in to that arm chair and pour yourself a glass of California history. Back in the 1700's when Spanish monks were settling in Los Angeles, they brought with them the Mission grape and decades of age-old Spanish wine making traditions. Mission during this era was often made in a fortified style reminiscent of Sherry or Madeira and Bryan Harrington's 'Angelica' is a light and modern take on that tradition. Notes of dried plum and medjool dates are met with wood smoke, leather, and black walnut. Pairs beautifully with blue cheese and post-dinner contemplation.