Wine Region: Paso Robles, California, USA
Grape: Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Petite Sirah
Dense purple in color, this wine opens with aromas of dark cherries, blackberry preserves and a dusting of coco powder and clove. On the entry, ripe, dark fruit flavors hit the palate before rounding out to earthy, rich chocolate covered cherries complemented by lively acidity and fine tannins that lifts the wine and suggests a long life. The finish is long, supple and mouthwatering.
About the Winery
Back in 1797, grape were first introduced into the Paso Robles are by Spanish missionaries with the founding of Mission San Miguel. Paso first commercial winery was established in 1882 at the top of what is today York Mountain Road. The Paso Robles AVA was established in 1983, helping the wine industry grow from 20 to 200+ wineries and 40,000 acres planted today. Paso Robles was honored with Wine Enthusiast's "Wine Region of the the Year 2013" and later named Sunset Magazine's "Best Wine Country Town".
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