Piedra Creek Winery

2010 San Floriano Vineyard Red Wine

Red Blend •San Floriano Vineyard

California: San Luis Obispo: Edna Valley

$30.00
Avg. Price
$21.99
(27% off)

Mission Briefing

Codename:

Parnaíba River North

Piedra Creek is back! This time, with their blockbuster Piedra Creek 2010 San Floriano Vineyard Red Wine, a dark, deep and delicious blend of Lagrein and Syrah from the winery’s vineyard in Edna Valley, on California’s Central Coast. This juicy, mouthwatering red is impressive - and a great value!

Very aromatic, with bold aromas of baked cherry, blackberry jam, grilled plum, smoked beef, spice, leather, smoky blueberry and a hint of black pepper. On the palate, this wine is beautifully balanced between sweetly juicy, and nicely earthy. Bing cherry takes lead, followed by cranberry, cassis, plum, dried fall leaves, bramble, sweet spice, chocolate covered cherry and a hint of black pepper.

Please enjoy today’s very special wine with our heartiest recommendation.

Tasting Profile

Look:

Pretty light purple hues at the center of the wine, glinting ruby at the edges.

Smell:

Baked cherry, blackberry jam, grilled plum, smoked beef, spice, leather, smoky blueberry and a hint of black pepper.

Taste:

Bing cherry, cranberry, cassis, plum, dried fall leaves, bramble, sweet spice, chocolate covered cherry and a hint of black pepper.

Finish:

Silky smooth on entry, then gradually grippy and softly drying as soft medium tannins make a gradual appearance, ramping up over time. Fruit, spice and earthen elements all fade in slow, even proportion.

Pairing:

Smoked duck breast, spiced lamb meatballs, or a juicy prime rib would be heavenly pairing with this delicious wine.

What the Winery Says

Winemaker
Romeo Zuech
Varietal
Red wine
Composition
Lagrein, Syrah
Vintage
2010
Appellation
Edna Valley, San Luis Obispo
Abv
13.7%
Production
202 cases

About the Winery

$30.00
Avg. Price
$21.99
(27% off)
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