2017 vintage: A wet winter helped fill up reservoirs and bring new life to cover crops, and then to the vines. Even temperatures throughout the growing season wrapped up in an earlier than average harvest.
Maturation: 14 months in French & American Oak
Tasting Notes: The 2017 Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon exhibits attractive aromas of ripe blackberry and red cherry, framed by a touch of oak. It’s supple and open-knit on the palate, with a juicy core of fruit and light structuring tannins, concluding with a long finish.
89 points – Wine Spectator