Barrel Burner Wines: Another Discovery from The California Wine Club

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Several generations of the Miller family are at the helm of this innovative winery. Long-time grape growers, they helped pioneer viticulture on California’s Central coast. “They planted the famed Bien Nacido and French Camp Vineyards in the early ’70s, just at the beginning of the wine industry here on the Central Coast,” says Nicholas Miller, fifth generation and the family company’s V.P. of Sales and Marketing. The California Wine Club introduced Barrel Burner to wine club members by featuring their 2016 Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon and Central Coast Chardonnay in wine club shipments. Learn more: https://www.cawineclub.com/Barrel-Burner_FW364.html

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