Mourvèdre is a full-bodied wine that shows a wild component.
This is a wine that does not highlight varietal quality but instead celebrates the contents of its blend.
This wine is dark, earthy, brooding, and undeniably delicious.
The HMR vineyard, planted in 1964, is the oldest Pinot Noir vineyard on California’s Central Coast. The overall harmony in this fine wine embodies the axiom that flavor and character are site-specific and therefore ultimately expressed by, and derived from, the vineyard locale.
HMR is the abbreviated name of Hoffman Mountain Ranch, the original vineyard planted by Dr. Stanley Hoffman. This historic property dating from the early 1960s is devoted exclusively to Burgundian grape varieties, rarely found in Paso Robles.
A truly warm climate Cabernet Franc showcases a beautiful bouquet of black cherry, raspberries, and violet.
Picpoul Blanc jumps out of the glass with a full array of fruits best described as tropical.
A classic example of rich, full-bodied Viognier. This wine exudes clementine and honey but has a natural acidity to balance out its natural viscosity.
These two powerhouse grapes combine their best properties in this wine.
Planted in 1991, Viking Vineyard is celebrated among Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon enthusiasts for its ability to produce wines with striking intensity and memorable length. Calcareous limestone soils, south-facing slopes, and a mountain-like micro-climate all yield a wine of complexity and power.