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As in any epic tale, the story of Paso Robles is full of legendary figures and landmarks that shaped its history. When it comes to winegrowing in the region, no legend is larger than that of Jerry Lohr’s. Jerry and his team helped pioneer and establish Paso Robles’ reputation as a world-class wine region.

Legendary Wines

Since Jerry Lohr first began planting in Paso Robles in 1986, the red wines of the J. Lohr portfolio have helped define the appellation’s potential, character, and reputation.

Seven Oaks Jones Ranch PR21
First Vintage 1987
Seven Oaks Cabernet Sauvignon
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Seven Oaks Cabernet Sauvignon

The red that started it all; one of the country’s most popular Cabernets.

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Hilltop
First Vintage 1995
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J. Lohr Vineyard Series

Hilltop Cabernet Sauvignon

A true Paso Robles icon. From the J. Lohr Vineyard Series.

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Pure Paso Shotwell PR20
First Vintage 2017
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J. Lohr

Pure Paso™ Proprietary Red Wine

A historic blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Petite Sirah.

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Signature Beck
First Vintage 2013
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J. Lohr Signature

Cabernet Sauvignon

Jerry Lohr’s statement Paso Robles Cabernet.

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Legendary Lifestyle

Paso Robles Recipes and Entertaining

From its pioneering days, the Paso Robles lifestyle has been one of warm welcomes and local ranch-to-table dishes. Of course grilling plays a big role. But the melting pot aspect of the many different cultures that have contributed to Paso’s character make for interesting and diverse cuisine.

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Legendary Events

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INTO THE CELLAR: A VIRTUAL LIBRARY TASTING OF ICONIC J. LOHR HILLTOP CABERNET SAUVIGNON

recorded Sept. 2, 2021

We celebrated National Cabernet Day with a live visit to the J. Lohr library cellars with Brenden Wood, our red winemaker. He led us through a tasting flight of J. Lohr Hilltop Cabernet Sauvignon current and library vintages.

You can watch a recorded version of this fun discussion and tasting here.