J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines Honored Among the many Prime 100 Wineries of 2022 by Wine & Spirits Journal

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San Jose, Calif. – August 18, 2022 – J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines is proud to announce that it has been named one of many Prime 100 Wineries of 2022 by Wine & Spirits Journal. 2022 marks the eighteenth yr that Wine & Spirits has celebrated the world’s finest wineries with a top-100 listing that spans a who’s who of the best wineries across the globe. Winners had been chosen based mostly on the distinctive high quality of their wines and their efficiency within the journal’s blind-tasting course of. As one of many acclaimed wineries that carried out on the prime of Wine & Spirits’ tastings, J. Lohr will take part within the journal’s annual Prime 100 Tasting in San Francisco on October 13, 2022.

When honoring J. Lohr as one of many Prime 100 Wineries of 2022, Wine & Spirits acknowledged that J. Lohr “impressed our panels and critics with a set of wines that bested the competitors inside its area,” whereas additional noting that J. Lohr’s wines “confirmed off their regional distinctions fantastically.” To compile their listing of the Prime 100 Wineries, the Wine & Spirits editorial workforce tasted and assessed near 10,000 wines from around the globe. Of the wineries chosen for the Prime 100 Wineries of 2022, 23 are from California. Of the California wineries honored, J. Lohr is one among 9 from California’s Central Coast.

The J. Lohr story is rooted on California’s Central Coast. In 1972, when most California wine exploration centered on Napa Valley and California’s extra northern wine nation, Jerry Lohr selected a distinct path when he planted J. Lohr’s first Monterey County property vineyards. He then adopted together with his unique Paso Robles vineyards within the mid-Eighties. In the present day, guided by Jerry’s perception within the absolute significance of property vineyards, J. Lohr has assembled probably the most spectacular property program of any Central Coast vineyard, which immediately options 2,600+ acres in Paso Robles and 1,400+ acres in Monterey County’s Arroyo Seco and Santa Lucia Highlands appellations. Crafted from these grapes, J. Lohr’s acclaimed appellation-designated wines have launched hundreds of thousands of wine fans around the globe to the appeal and fantastic thing about wines from Paso Robles and Monterey County—serving to make these areas, and the identify J. Lohr, recognized all through the world.

“As a multigenerational, family-run vineyard approaching our 50th anniversary, it’s a very particular honor to be included on such an illustrious listing of the world’s finest wineries,” stated J. Lohr President & CEO Steve Lohr. “We’ve got all the time taken nice delight in crafting wines that specific the appeal and character of our residence on the Central Coast, so it’s notably gratifying to be singled out for making wines that embody the essence of our areas. We’re thrilled to be in such nice firm on this yr’s Prime 100 listing, and now we have been notably completely satisfied to see a number of fellow Central Coast wineries make the listing the previous couple of years. It displays what a dynamic and thrilling time that is for Central Coast winemaking.”

About J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines 

Based forty-eight years in the past by Jerry Lohr and nonetheless household owned and operated immediately, J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines grows, produces and bottles a full line of internationally acknowledged wines from its greater than 4,000 acres of Licensed California Sustainable property vineyards in Monterey County’s Arroyo Seco and Santa Lucia Highlands appellations, Paso Robles, and St. Helena in Napa Valley. Providing an expressive vary of kinds that showcase its property fruit, J. Lohr crafts eight tiers of award-winning wines: J. Lohr Signature Cabernet Sauvignon, J. Lohr Cuvée Collection, J. Lohr Winery Collection, J. Lohr Gesture, J. Lohr Pure Paso™ Proprietary Purple Wine, J. Lohr Estates, J. Lohr Monterey Roots, and ARIEL Vineyards. The corporate’s on-line house is


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