J. Lohr Estates Wildflower 2016 Valdiguié BottleJ. Lohr Estates Wildflower 2016 Valdiguié Label

J. Lohr Estates Wildflower 2016 Valdiguié

A typical year in this cool climate growing area, the 2016 J. Lohr Estates Wildflower Valdiguié is deeply pigmented, red-purple in color with profuse, black cherry and lilac aromas. The juicy palate is coated with pomegranate and blueberry fruit, leaving a sweet and mildly astringent finish. Serve chilled, and drink your last bottle just in time for the release of the new vintage! Serve with duck confit salad or as a complement to a charcuterie plate of Serrano ham, peppered salami, cornichon and hard cheese.

 Producer J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines
 Region Monterey
 Country United States
 Varietals Valdiguié
 Vintage 2016

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J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines
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J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines

San Jose, California, United States San Jose, California, United States

Four decades ago, the California Central Coast had yet to emerge as one of North America’s world-class winegrowing regions. With little history or viticultural precedent, planting on the Central Coast was a gamble. One of an early handful of pioneers, Jerry Lohr was among the first to realize the vast,...

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