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Cambria Julia's Vineyard Pinot Noir*Packaging may vary

Cambria Julia's Vineyard Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir /13.9% ABV / California, United States




Fruity & Light Pinot Noir

California, United States

Body

Light

Sweet-Dry Scale

Dry

Tasting Notes

Earthy

Earthy

Dark Fruit

Dark Fruit

Red Fruit

Red Fruit

Berry

Berry

Bold

Rich

ABV

13.9%

Food Pairing

Mushrooms, Tomatoes

Features

Eco-Friendly, Vegan


Product Description

Cambria Julia's Vineyard Pinot Noir Red Wine is sourced from Santa Barbara County and displays coastal, single vineyard elegance with an authentic sense of place. It is classic and refined, with a twist. This Cambria red wine Pinot Noir displays ripe blackberry and blueberry flavors for an elegant dry red wine. Additionally, this classic and refined Pinot Noir wine features notes of cranberry, cherry and pomegranate. With a balance of earth and baking spice, this red wine offers firm tannins and a long finish. The 2017 vintage of this Pinot Noir wine received 94 points and was named an Editor's Choice from Wine Enthusiast's Matt Ketterman in June 2020. All of the estate vineyards are certified sustainable by the CCSW (Certified California Sustainable Winegrowing) and SIP (Sustainability in Practice) programs. Pair this red wine with mushroom pizza, roast chicken, grilled salmon and a mild cheese platter. Cambria wines are family-owned, sustainably farmed and passionately tended by a team proud to be stewards of a remarkable property. Each wine bearing the Cambria name is grown, produced and bottled on the estate. This bottled wine has a 14.2% ABV.

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  • Sue
    Reviewed at yourwinestore.com
    Oct 13 2021
    Reviewed at yourwinestore.com

    I liked this quite a lot and would order it again.

  • StephenFeb 8 2021

    This wine is not fit for cooking mushrooms let alone consumption. Harsh from the first sip.