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Julia’s Vineyard, named for Julia Jackson in 1988, consists of ancient soils with fossilized seashells, shale, limestone, and sand, with fog-swept vines that have endured since the 1970s. This unique piece of land thrives in the cool, maritime influences that funnel in from the Pacific Ocean, allowing for the longest growing season in the state.
Ripe blackberry and blueberry flavors are followed by notes of cranberry, cherry, and pomegranate. With a balance of earth and baking spice, this wine offers firm tannins and a long finish.
Most of us in the wine industry are keenly aware of how difficult is to produce top quality and consistent Pinot Noirs. The Cambria Julia’s Vineyard has been a constant top wine effort from the Central Coast. The 2015 vintage shows well now. This wine is elegant and well-built. Its aromas and flavors of tart cranberries and mineral should pair it well with a mildly-seasoned leg of lamb.