Tasting Notes: Those searching for a “better for you” alternative to cabernet sauvignon need look no further. Low alcohol, low sugar, gluten free and vegan friendly. Dark fruit compote with tart blackberry notes at the finish.
Tasting Notes: This wine is a step away from the super fruit-forward cabernets from Paso Robles. This is an elevated, subtler example of the region. Refined earth notes on the nose with blackberry and currants on the palate.
Tasting Notes: Oberon has been producing outstanding wines from Napa Valley for decades. Their first release from Paso Robles demonstrates that given good fruit, they can create a great wine from other regions. The nose and palate share a spicy dark fruit character, with subtle hints of baking spices and cocoa. A lovely example of classic cabernet.
Tasting Notes: Inviting aromas of red cherries and caramel with tons of red fruit to seduce the palate. A gentle kiss of dark, powdery chocolate wrapped in silky tannins shows wonderfully on the long, generous finish. Another Nick Goldschmidt creation, this one surely over delivers for its modest price.
Tasting Notes: Using a combination of fruit from some of the region's top vineyards, in addition to estate fruit, the quality of the wine is apparent from the start. In the glass, the bright-red color is nearly opaque. The nose and palate exhibit lots of appealing dark fruit, with spice notes. The wine is very full bodied, with a long finish.
Tasting Notes: Mostly cabernet, with some merlot, a bit of cabernet franc and petit verdot added in, this wine is a dense, brilliant red. The nose is dominated by dark red fruit, with an intriguing baked spice aspect. With plenty of weight on the palate, the finish is quite lengthy and well balanced.
Tasting Notes: Pale pink. If you’re looking for a classic French rosé, look no further. Fresh, juicy red fruits jump out of the glass but the wine finishes with a clean and crisp minerality. Perfect for those moments where you’d like a glass on the patio.