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Justin Vineyard Isosceles 2008

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1662203
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Justin Vineyard Isosceles 2008 750ml

Justin Vineyard Isosceles

Justin Vineyard Isosceles has a sweetness to it, powerful in its intensity, and smooth and graceful in its aftertaste

JUSTIN Winery is a family owned and operated winery making estate grown and produced wines. The property was founded in 1981 by Justin Baldwin when he planted the 160 acre property to the major Bordeaux varietals and created their Estate vineyard. The winery is located in the Paso Robles appellation of California’s Central Coast. The region’s first grapes were planted in 1779 by Franciscan missionaries and today are home to the third highest concentration of wineries in the United States. JUSTIN Winery makes world class wines that reflect the unique soils and climate of its California Central Coast property. Emphasis is placed on making Bordeaux-style blends and single varietals, combining Old World tradition with New World techniques.

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Justin Vineyard Justin Vineyard Isosceles 2008
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Justin Vineyard Isosceles has a sweetness to it, powerful in its intensity, and smooth and graceful in its aftertaste
 

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Technical Notes JUSTIN Winery is a family owned and operated winery making estate grown and produced wines. The property was founded in 1981 by Justin Baldwin when he planted the 160 acre property to the major Bordeaux varietals and created their Estate vineyard. The winery is located in the Paso Robles appellation of California’s Central Coast. The region’s first grapes were planted in 1779 by Franciscan missionaries and today are home to the third highest concentration of wineries in the United States. JUSTIN Winery makes world class wines that reflect the unique soils and climate of its California Central Coast property. Emphasis is placed on making Bordeaux-style blends and single varietals, combining Old World tradition with New World techniques.