Wine Cambria, "Julia's Vineyard" Pinot Noir, 2015
Reviews of purchase Cambria, "Julia's Vineyard" Pinot Noir, 2015
Wine of dark purple color.
The taste of wine is medium bodied, thin and fresh. In his bouquet, notes of spices for baking, undergrowth, minerals and mushrooms emphasize shades of rhubarb, cherry, cranberry, strawberry and pomegranate. Balanced, persistent tannins lead to a long aftertaste.
Intense notes of red currant, cherry, pomegranate and cranberry in the aroma of wine are combined with subtle hints of violet, daisy, Asian spices, earth and dried herbs.
Wine is served to the dishes of mushrooms, sharp cheeses.
Vineyard "Benchbreak" is located near the coast of the ocean. The evening mist over the land creates a truly fascinating spectacle. Soils contain petrified shells, slate, limestone and sand. Here in 1991, 8 Pinot Noir clones were planted, the harvest of which is used to make the same name Cambria wine , "Benchbreak" Pinot Noir . This wine has a rich aroma and taste, filled with tones of red fruits, black berries and earth. Wine 8 months aged in French oak barrels, some of which are new.
In 1972, a large vineyard known as Tepusquet Vineyard was laid out in the Santa Maria Valley in the northern part of Santa Barbara County. His harvest was distributed to many wineries throughout the region. In 1987, when the Jackson Family Wines concern was looking for vineyards with a cool climate to expand its production of varietal wines Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, they acquired a winery with the adjacent lands and renamed it Cambria Vineyards . The management of the women of the Jackson family: first Barbara Benk (Jesse Jackson's second wife), and then her daughter, Catherine and Julia Jackson.
Since 1995, they began to cooperate with well-known winemakers of the region to create individual interpretations of varietal wines, demonstrating the influence of the characteristics of the terroir and winemaking techniques. The result exceeded all expectations - the delightful Cambria wines embody the creative spirit inherent in the winemakers of Santa Barbara County. Adherence to the practice of sustainable agriculture and the preservation of land for future generations is the main direction in the development of the distillery.