337 Wine Cellars

888-599-4637 Delicato Wines/12001 S. Highway 99
Manteca, CA 95336
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337 is a Cabernet Sauvignon named for the French vine clone, grown in the Clay Station Vineyard in the Lodi foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California. Clay Station is named for a stagecoach stop that existed in the area during the Gold Rush. Clones are assigned a specific number when the vine mutates with significant changes, distinguishing it from others. The wine is a brand offshoot of Delicato family wines. 

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  • 667 Pinot Noir 2010


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    Wine review by GoldFork

  • 667 Pinot Noir 2010


    The dark color and Aroma of cherries and a little vanilla was enticing.Cherries and an earthy sage mouth. I was a little disappointed by the body but it when down smooth. Read More

    Wine review by lakenvelder

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  • 667 Pinot Noir 2010


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