An interesting, complex Viognier that shows the variety’s exotic side of tropical fruits, spices and wildflowers, yet maintains a fine balance. In fact, the structure of acids, tannins and oak makes this one of the best Paso Robles Viogniers in recent memory.
This pleasant blush offers interesting flavors of raspberries, cherries, vanilla and pepper, and is quite dry and crisp. It’s also low in alcohol, with only 13%, which makes it light in body and easy to drink.
This Syrah-Merlot blend is a country-style wine. Bone dry, it shows California fruity ripeness and lots of savory black pepper flavors, yet with rustic tannins and acids that scour the mouth. Drink it now with Mexican food or barbecue.
Dry, acidic and tannic, in the manner of a young Barbera, but the flavors of cherries, blackberries and currants aren’t powerful enough to outlast the astringency. Drink this tough, rustic wine now.