Eberle’s 2007 Côtes-du-Rôbles represents the nature of Paso Robles terroir. Thiswine exhibits an intense purple hue with complex layers of rich fruit flavors, hintsof earth and minerality supported by moderate tannins with a hint of sweet oak. Ablend of three recognized Rhône varietals, the complex finesse of Eberle Côtes-du-Rôbles should be enjoyed as an everyday addition to your dining experience.
In 1973, Gary Eberle began his career in the wine industry by heading his family’s Estrella River Winery (currently Meridian Vineyards in Paso Robles) and produced 500,000 cases a year at its facility. Eberle’s pioneering spirit didn’t stop there. In 1980, he co-founded the Paso Robles Appellation and in 1983, Gary opened the doors to his own Eberle Winery with the premiere of Eberle’s 1979 Cabernet Sauvignon. Today, Eberle handcrafts 25,000 cases of wine each year from surrounding Estate vineyards. And, after more than 25 years since the release of the Eberle label, the winery consistently remains one of the highest award-winning wineries in the United States.
The German name "Eberle" translates to "small boar." At Eberle Winery, a bronze boar greets every guest who visits the Tasting Room. The statue is the 93rd replica of the original bronze Porcellino cast by Tacca in 1620. And today, the original can be found in the straw market in Florence, Italy. It is considered good luck to rub the boar's nose and toss a coin in the water below. All money collected at the Eberle boar fountain is donated to local children's charities.
Pair this complex wine with a diverse range of foods; from savory cheeses such asaged cheddar or Parmigianino to entrées including wild game (quail, squab) ora hearty beef stew. Whatever you are in the mood for, Eberle Cotes-du-Robles issure to enrich the flavors of any cuisine.