This is a Cabernet Sauvignon with the richness and ripeness of the region but with a complex, rich suite of aromas and a plush mouthfeel. The quiet frost season allowed the fruit to ripen fully and be picked at the ideal point, balancing ripe fruit flavors and acidity. Because we control the winemaking process from vineyard block to bottle, we are able to showcase the richness and flavor of the Paso Robles AVA.
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I’m from the Central Coast and nothing says “home” quite like a barbequed tri-tip. A medium-sized cut of bottom sirloin, tri-tip is to California what brisket and ribs are to Texas and has a history that goes back over three hundred years. Do a simple salt and herb rub, grill over oak (like the Spanish conquistadors and settlers did), and serve with a side of beans and salsa and a green salad—and you’ve got yourself an authentic Paso Robles meal.