This wine was built upon the model of the great
If you're willing to pay the $65 price of admission, wait a couple of years, the patient vino-sapien will be bountifully rewarded for the effort. The Central Coast
wine scene, an area chock full of many outstanding wineries and fascinating producers, both coming together to make some of the very best wines in the state of California. Many folks I talk to in my day to day interactions selling wine; are surprised to hear about the amazing Central Coast Wine Scene, they ask me, “oh so there’s far more than just the Napa Valley?”
It’s with a resounding, “yes” that I explain there are places like
for example, where the cool climate and marine sediment combine to produce the most highly regarded, rich, buttery Chardonnay grapes in the state. And in the north, the long, hot summers and chalk and limestone hillsides of Paso Robles where Justin Vineyards and Winery is located yield amazing award-winning red wines, you’ll find amazing Rhone varietals, rich, elegant Cabernet Sauvignon without the Napa price tag or the attitude. San Luis Obispo
Justin Vineyard Isosceles 2009: Another
Update: By the way, sports-fans I located [spotted] the 2008 Justin Isosceles selling at the Mission Valley Costco, here in San Diego, selling for just under a "Grant". A wine, averaging 91.3 points via 76 community wine reviews on Cellar Tracker, a $15 savings off the SRP.
So if you're looking for a few special occasion wine, something that would be great to lay down for a few years or even a great wine to enjoy now, with the right amount of time in the decanter, I would recommend picking up a few of these wines, sooner rather than later. Until next time sip long and prosper cheers!