California Rhone style from the rugged hillsides of west Paso Robles. Aaron Jackson has been making these sensational bombastic wines from the limestone slopes of Willow Creek, Adelaida, and Templeton Gap districts since 2002. Only 275 cases produced! We dug deep to offer these wines at a stunning 37% off.
Inky and rich. Packed with blueberry compote and sweet herbs on the nose, the wine expands on the palate with dense plum and blackberry. Broad and nicely chewy, the wine finishes lively with soft hints of mocha. We love this wine with barbeque, burgers, or a backyard game of cornhole. Buy now before we run out.
Similarly deep ruby/purple-colored, the 2015 Trespasser (41% Petite Sirah, 30% Mourvèdre, 24% Syrah, and the rest Grenache) gives up lots of blueberry, ground herbs, pepper, and smoky, meaty notes in its rich, concentrated, yet beautifully balanced personality. With notable freshness and purity, fine tannins, and a great finish, it’s another sensational blend from these limestone hills on the west side of Paso Robles.