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The family behind Freemark Abbey, Verite, Siduri and more, showcase another example not only of their years of experience in California to creating some of the world's greatest wines, but to their continued efforts to sustainable winemaking.
With Cambria's focus on the Santa Maria Valley (Santa Barbara, Central Coast), the winemaking and vineyard team have truly been able to carve out a signature style. The 2015 Julia's Vineyard Pinot Noir is a perfect expression of California Pinot with the right amount of coastal influence and warm sunshine. Developing layers of crunchy red fruits, backed alongside baking spices and slight mineral notes, the harmonious balance of acidity and tannin make this wine an no-brainer.
Appellation: Santa Maria Valley, Central Coast, California, USA
- 3.9/5.0, Vivino Users (997 ratings)
- 90/100, Gismondi on Wine
Grapes: Pinot Noir
Cooperage: 8.5 months in 31% new French oak
3.9 ★ Vivino Users
"Nicely balanced, medium bodied Pinot with bright cherry and raspberry fruit. Nice bit of oak and earthiness too. Very enjoyable." Don F.
"Medium ruby hue, nose of raspberry and clove, opens with pomegranate, mushroom, and violet middle is smooth, finish has cherry, plum and vanilla." Eric G.
"4.0 BlackBerry, raspberry, cherry, sage, wet rock, and vanilla. Light to medium bodied with just the right amount of funk, great example of well-made PN." Jared A.
90 points, Gismondi on Wine
"Julia’s Vineyard was named for Julia Jackson back in 1988, almost twenty years after the original fog-covered pinot noir vines were planted at the Santa Maria site over ancient soils full of fossilized seashells, shale, limestone and sand. The site is unique in that it boasts one of the longest growing seasons in California. The fruit is intense, showing ripe black raspberry and blueberry flecked with red notes of cranberry and pomegranate and classic brown baking spice. A hedonistic, California pinot noir that is rich and mouth-filling. The wine is mix of clones including: 4, 2A, 23, 667, 115, 777 and 828 that are barrel aged 8.5 months in French oak, 31 percent of which is new. Salmon, mushroom risotto, duck, spicy meatballs, roasted chicken and root vegetable are all fine matches."