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2019 Indian Creek Paso Robles, California 'Three Rivers' White Wine

This delicious white wine from California’s Paso Robles region offers gobs of tropical fruit flavor.

2019 Indian Creek Paso Robles, California 'Three Rivers' White Wine
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Country: United States

Brand: Indian Creek

Varietal: White Blend

Vintage: 2019

Vinesse Price: $23.99
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About This Wine:

No more. Today, Paso Robles is wine country. It still has its mom-and-pop cafes, but they’ve been joined by award-winning gourmet restaurants, along with luxury lodging, an historic downtown district offering countless shopping opportunities and, of course, tasting rooms.

Part of the larger Central Coast wine region, Paso Robles experiences a greater day-to-night temperature swing than any other appellation in California. Its distinct microclimates, diverse soils and a long growing season, make it a unique region with optimal conditions for producing premium and ultra-premium wines.

More than 60 wine grape varieties are grown in Paso Robles, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah and Zinfandel. Among its star white varieties are Viognier and Roussanne, and Viognier is a big part of the 2019 Indian Creek “Three Rivers White.” Exuding tropical fruit flavor, it’s a special wine from a truly special place.

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