A Vineyard is a Vineyard?

A Vineyard is a Vineyard?

The San Francisco Gate has produced a fascinating article about J. Dusi Wines, a vineyard in the western hills of Paso Robles. While the concept of terroir originated in France, the term is spreading across the ocean and through the fields of California's wineries. The land is home to many pioneering Californian vineyards, yet J. Dusi seems to be in the sweet spot of the area. Read on to learn about the distinct wines being produced by this family-owned vineyard.

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