Joseph Carr Dijon Clone Chardonnay

Sonoma Coast, California, USA

Past vintages: 2009 | 2006 |
Price: $18.99
Style: White
Grape Blend: Chardonnay


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More about Joseph Carr

Joseph Carr wines are produced at Larson Family Vineyards in Carneros, bordering both Napa and Sonoma counties. A beautiful property built over a hundred years ago by Tom Larson's grandfather; it is here where we crush, barrel ferment, blend, and age our wines. Tom owns over a hundred acres of vines in Northern California, as well as managing 500 hundred acres of some of the finest boutique vineyards in the valley. It is a place where we can be creative, laugh a lot, and work together to produce handcrafted wines, unhurried, in a state of the art facility.

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