Paso Robles California has long been known as California’s oldest watering place due to its natural sulfur spring. The native Salinan Indians had discovered its healing properties over 1,000 years ago, butit wasn’t until the Mission era in 1797 that the natural sulfur spring had become a centralized meeting place. The original resort was built on what today it known as Spring Street along the El Camino Real. The Franciscan missionaries were the first to establish vineyards that same year and were known as the areas first winemakers based at Mission San Miguel.
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Medium golden color with aromatic sweet vanilla oak, baked Fuji apple, lychee and Bosc pear notes. The palate begins creamy and then hints of cinnamon spice followed by dried apricot and pineapple and backed by passionfruit and guava. The wine finishes with silky vanilla and juicy honeysuckle flavors which finish long and soft on the palate.
This dark plum colored Paso Robles Cabernet is rich in cassis aromas and ripe black cherry. This carries through on the palate with fleshy and leathery tones unfolding with ripe plum, huckleberry, dark roast coffee bean and subtle clove. The finish is full with silky tannins from the French oak as well as the concentrated mouthfeel of the low yielding Paso Robles Cab grapes used to make this fine wine.