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2018 Tempranillo Joven

2018 Tempranillo Joven

Regular price $32.00
Regular price Sale price $32.00
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Food Pairing: Cassoulet, Pork Tenderloin, Pizza, Curry

“Crushed granite and dried soil aromas show on the nose of this bottling, which also offers black-fruit scents. That stony quality envelops the palate, wrapping up the fresh black-currant and blackberry flavors.”
- 91 points, Matt Kettmann, Wine Enthusiast

100% Tempranillo
Pomar Junction Vineyard, SIP Certified
El Pomar, Paso Robles, CA

Aged four months in 25% 2nd fill French, 25% 2nd fill American and 50% neutral oak barrels.

Harvested 10/10/2018
3.88 pH, 5.9 g/L TA, 0.3 g/L residual sugar
13.9% alcohol
88 cases produced

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$1 shipping on orders of $99 or more to CA*
$15 shipping to other states we ship to*
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We ship orders every Monday and Tuesday via UPS or Fedex Ground from San Luis Obispo, CA. Depending on the shipping destination's distance from us, orders will arrive 1-5 days after they ship, on average.

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Yes. You may pick up your order at our tasting room located at 3183 Duncan Rd #D in San Luis Obispo. Select the "Pick Up" option at checkout.

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