Justin Vineyards and Winery recently released the latest vintage of their summertime staples. The 2018 Justin Rose’ and Sauvignon Blanc are great options now that the Texas heat is here.

Many know Justin for their iconic Bordeauz-style reds and red blends but for the warmer months, winemaker Scott Shirley has crafted two distinct wines with the same auality andc are that helped put Justin wines on the map years ago.

 
Justin Rose'
Justin Savignon Blanc
 

The 2018 Justin Rose’ is Central Coast applellated, whole cluster pressed and fermented in stainless stell tanks. The dry roe’ consists mostly of Syrah and boasts a beautiful salmon color and shows bright red fruit nd crisp apple on the palate.

The 2018 Justin Savignon Blanc is a fantastic representation of the diverse landscapes from throughout the Central Coast. With grapes sourced from vineyards grown in the cool, limestone-laden Templeton Gap, to the warmer sandy region of the east, the wine features bright citrus and tropical notes on both the nose and palate.

Both wines are screw cap which makes them perfect for outdoor entertaining.

Justin Vineyards is located in Paso Robles, California. The first vines were planted in 1981 and Paso Robles’ distinctive microclimate offers the widest day-night temperature swings of any grape-growing region in California. The hot days allow the grapes to develop intense flavor, while the cool nights create great structure and balance.

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