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Our Vineyards

The Secret Is In The Soil

A vineyard’s terroir—its soil and climate—is where wines get their distinctive character. What makes Paso Robles’ terroir so unique is the diversity in soils, its elevation, and annual rainfall. Rich in limestone and higher pH levels, the terroir here is quite similar to that of Bordeaux, France, which is what enables us to make such exceptional Bordeaux-style blends.

Our Founder's Vineyard

This 160 acre property with soil types similar to that of Bordeaux, France was the perfect location for Justin Baldwin to begin developing our award-winning Bordeaux-style blends.

Streaks of sunlight paint the green vineyard rows on hills surrounding a dusty red, barn-shaped building.

Our Vineyard off Creston Road

This vineyard, rich in sandstone and limestone, is located in the Templeton Gap, an area of Paso Robles that benefits from cool Pacific Ocean breezes. The high and low temperature produces complex and beautiful wines.

Two bunches of plump, deep purple grapes hang from a reddish-brown vine.

Our Vineyard off Adelaida Road

Set in one of the highest points in the Paso Robles AVA near the Pacific, the extreme temperature swings of this vineyard produce grapes rich in flavor and structure resulting in incredible Bordeaux-style wines.

Stripes of vineyard vines stretch over a hill, mountains sitting in the distant background.

Our DeBro Vineyard

Nestled next to our Estate Vineyard, DeBro has especially steep slopes and varied soil types, making it the perfect location to produce the big Bordeaux-style red varieties in some of JUSTIN’s finest wines.

Vibrant, lime green grass sprouts between freshly groomed vineyard rows.