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The Lohr Four and More

For more than thirty years, the wines of J. Lohr Estates have been consumer favorites. Carefully crafted in a food-friendly, balanced style, they flavorfully reflect their Monterey and Paso Robles origins.

The “Lohr Four” of J. Lohr Estates Riverstone Chardonnay, Seven Oaks Cabernet, Los Osos Merlot, and Falcon’s Perch Pinot Noir are legendary. But did you know that the J. Lohr Estates line-up also includes a crisp Sauvignon Blanc? A rich Syrah? A spicy Riesling and a lush Valdiguié?

Throughout 2019, we’ll be sharing stories, fun facts, and food pairings from the Lohr Four and More – all eight of our J. Lohr Estates releases. Celebrate 30+ remarkable vintages of
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2017 Riverstone Chardonnay Bottle Shot

J. Lohr Estates Riverstone Chardonnay

How it got its name: Our cool climate vineyards in Monterey’s Arroyo Seco are strewn with river stones that reflect heat and provide ideal drainage for our Chardonnay vines.

Tonight’s suggestion: Riverstone’s versatility is at home with a wide variety of dishes, including classic herb-roasted chicken or cream-based pastas.

“90 Points, Best Buy” – Wine Enthusiast Magazine

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2017 Flume Crossing Sauvignon Blanc Bottle Shot

J. Lohr Estates Flume Crossing Sauvignon Blanc

How it got its name: Adjacent to our Sauvignon Blanc vines are hundred-year-old water umes, built over Reliz Creek in Monterey’s Arroyo Seco.

Tonight’s suggestion: Bright. Crisp. And just a touch of spice from Acacia wood aging. Think seared scallops in citrus butter or halibut with lime and tarragon. Also enjoy as an apéritif with shellfish.

“90 Points” – California Grapevine

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2017 Bay Mist White Riesling Bottle Shot

J. Lohr Estates Bay Mist White Riesling

How it got its name: The mists and fog off nearby Monterey Bay provide the ideal cool climate for growing the noble Riesling grape.

Tonight’s suggestion: Bright acidity and just a touch of sweetness make for a classic match with spicy Asian-Fusion cuisine or any dishes with a bit of heat.

“91 Points” – Cal State Fair Commercial Wine Competition

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2017 Falcon's Perch Pinot Noir Bottle Shot

J. Lohr Estates Falcon's Perch Pinot Noir

How it got its name: When Cynthia Lohr spotted a falcon perched next to our Pinot Noir vines in Monterey, the wine had its name!

Tonight’s suggestion: Incredibly food versatile, Falcon’s Perch is a wonderful match with tonight’s roast salmon, mushroom risotto, or lamb chops.

“91 Points, Editors’ Choice” – Wine Enthusiast Magazine

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2016 Seven Oaks Cabernet Sauvignon Bottle Shot

J. Lohr Estates Seven Oaks Cabernet Sauvignon

How it got its name: Our original Cabernet vineyard blocks in the Paso Robles AVA feature views of seven majestic oak trees which still thrive today.

Tonight’s suggestion: Seven Oaks’ rich Paso Robles cherry and plum character is a flavorful match with beef, rack of lamb or just about anything off the grill!

“90 Points, Editor’s Choice” – Wine Enthusiast Magazine

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2016 Los Osos Merlot Bottle Shot

J. Lohr Estates Los Osos Merlot

How it got its name: The heavy Los Osos soils in our Paso Robles vineyards provide ideal conditions for growing rich, flavorful Merlot.

Tonight’s suggestion: Lush ripe berry and plum flavors and soft tannins. Try Los Osos with grilled sausages and vegetables or just about anything tomato-sauced!

“90 Points” – Wine Reviews Online

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2017 Wildflower Valdiguié Bottle Shot

J. Lohr Estates Wildflower Valdiguié

How it got its name: Colorful wildflowers grew among the vine rows in our original Monterey plantings of this historic variety.

Tonight’s suggestion: Crafted in the style of Beaujolais and served slightly chilled, this fresh, light-bodied red is a great match with a charcuterie plate of paté, olives, cornichon, and cheeses.

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2016 South Ridge Syrah Bottle Shot

J. Lohr Estates South Ridge Syrah

How it got its name: The orientation of our sloping, south-facing Syrah vineyards in Paso Robles are ideal for growing this classic Rhône variety.

Tonight’s suggestion: Dark berries and spice flavors. A sensational match with slow-roasted pork shoulder and herbed potatoes or with this evening’s sausage pizza.

“91 Points, Gold Medal” – San Diego International Wine and Spirits Challenge

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