Paso Robles Sunset Red V Red Table Wine
California: Paso Robles
If red blends are your thing, don’t miss this wine from Doce Roble. It has everything you’re looking for - juicy, balanced and delicioused with a killer flavor profile - all at an absolute steal of a price. Looking for an easy “go-to”? This is it!
Crimson with a slight translucence with a slightly pinkish hue towards the edge. A very fun sassafras and raspberry blend drives the nose. As it opens up you get more potpurri and spice essences. The taste is everything you’d want and expect from a Paso red blend: Very juicy and fresh with a great oak profile. Brambles and black cherry are prominent with cranberry and vanilla hints. The wine has nice bright acids that the tannins more or less keep in check until a smooth finish. The wine spreads smoothly over the back half of the palate and lingers for some time. Braised meets, like a brisket paired with oven roasted potatoes with classic Itallian herbs.
The small-production Doce Robles Winery is the very first winery to have appeared on the now winery-heavy Highway 46. Doce Robles’ neighbors include the likes of Peachy Canyon, Sextant and Castoro Cellars… to name just a few.
These guys are the real deal - check out this great little video the winemaker put together for us:
Doce Robles planted their vineyards in 1996 to Barbera, Zinfandel, Merlot, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Primitivo, Petite Sirah and Malbec were also planted in 2010 and 2012.
Very highly recommended… especially at today’s steal of a deal pricing.
Crimson with a slight translucence with a slightly pinkish hue towards the edge.
Sassafras, raspberry, potpurri, spice, cherry.
Juicy, fresh, great oak profile, brambles, black cherry, cranberry and vanilla.
The wine has nice bright acids that the tannins more or less keep in check until a smooth finish. The wine spreads smoothly over the back half of the palate and lingers for some time.
Braised meets, like a brisket paired with oven roasted potatoes with classic Itallian herbs.
What the Winery Says
- Jim Jacobsen
- Red Table Wine
- Cabernet Sauvignon
- Paso Robles