Paso Robles is often referred to as the Wild West of California's wine regions, and Zinfandel was the first variety to be planted in this rough-and-tumble territory. This is a ripe, medium-bodied example, with flavors of brambleberry, blackberry and a hint of spice on the palate. Sipping this red on its own is pure delight, but it would also pair beautifully with sausages or chicken right off the grill.
Recipe PairingsCornmeal Cakes with Smoked Chicken and Coleslaw
Paso Robles, Central Coast, California, United States
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