Paydirt Going for Broke Paso Robles Zinfandel Blend 2018

$24.99

Prisoner fans will love this!                      Our friend Patrick McNeil makes this small-production gem sourced from some of Paso Roble's best vineyards with McPrice Meyers as winemaker.  94 Points Brix26:  "The 2018 'Going For Broke' is bursting with freshness and ripe berry fruit. The Zinfandel provides a soft, round, and juicy base for the blend, and the Syrah is deep, spicy and saturated. The Petite Sirah, Grenache, and Mourvedre provide the perfect blend of aromatics: Dark fruit, leather, and the almighty spice rack. The tannins are well-defined and balanced by high natural acidity." Robert Parker on winemaker McPrice Myers: “This is another Paso Robles producer who has consistently produced outstanding wines that remain more than reasonably priced given their quality. They merit serious attention.”  

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Ratings on Delectable

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The medium-dark wine smells of ripe, red fruit dotted with peppery, herbal notes. There is a whiff of vanilla, cedar and cigars as well. The palate shows the red berries plainly, along with a tongue-tingling acidity and toothy tannins. A lengthy decant is useful, if not required, before enjoying. Pair the wine with the red meat of your choice.

The medium-dark wine smells of ripe, red fruit dotted with peppery, herbal notes. There is a whiff of vanilla, cedar and cigars as well. The palate shows the red berries plainly, along with a tongue-tingling acidity and toothy tannins. A lengthy decant is useful, if not required, before enjoying. Pair the wine with the red meat of your choice.

9.1

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