Booker Vineyard

Booker Vineyard

Oublié Red Rhone Blend 2019

12/2023. What a nice red blend. Fruit, flavor and makes the palate happy. Paired so well with the petite filet at Hall’s Chophouse. — 4 months ago

Ted, Skip and 6 others liked this

Booker Vineyard

Ones Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon 2021

WOW!! Needs a 2 hour decant but Omg 😜🥰 — 3 months ago

Ted, Iwan and 4 others liked this

Booker Vineyard

Ripper Paso Robles Grenache 2010

May have waited a little too long for the 2010, but still nice. Label has seen better days as well! — 5 months ago

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Booker Vineyard

Twenty-Two Paso Robles Tempranillo 2017

Deep Ruby with aromas of ripe dark fruits, flinty spice, floral and oak for this Tempranillo. On the palate flavors of blackberry, black cherry & plum with hints of espresso, cacao and licorice wrapped in earthy oak. Firm tannins, still grippy, great old world balance with acidity, full body, long finish ends with fruit, oak, spice, and earthy mineral character. Just outstanding, needs more time! — 2 years ago

Tom, Paul and 2 others liked this

Saxum Vineyards

Booker Vineyard Syrah Mourvédre

Strongly recommend decanting for several hours first. — 3 months ago

Booker Vineyard

Vertigo Paso Robles Grenache Blend

230904 tasting en Booker. Muy completo. Delicioso al final. Fresh — 7 months ago

Booker Vineyard

Fracture Paso Robles Syrah

230904 tasting en booker. Rico con carne o algo mas fuerte. — 7 months ago

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Lillian Winery

California Syrah 2014

Shay A
9.4

For planning purposes of something in the future, I tasted 2014 central coast Syrahs from high end producers blind. Along with the Lillian (my bottle), there was SQN, Andremily, Torrin Akasha, Booker Fracture, Alban Reva and Alban Lorraine.

First off, I love these wines. The price in comparison to the others is impressive, and it always delivers. I double decanted this about two hours prior to the blind tasting. Dark purple in the glass, with aromatics of both sweet oak as well as whole cluster stem inclusion. Loads of dark floral notes, ripe blackberries, cherry jerky and that kiss of sweet oak. The palate remained the same from opening through the end of the blind tasting…a distinctly fuzzy profile on the palate with gorgeous mid palate depth and richness of blue and black fruits with plenty of herbal flair and spice. It toes the line between cool climate Syrah with their signature black peppercorn and iron, as well as big central coast Rhône style with its rich and textural palate. No rush on opening, but it sure is great now.

Out of the 7 in the lineup, this was the “cheapest”, and tied for 3rd place (with the Andremily being the runaway favorite, Alban Lorraine taking second, and this tying the SQN).
— 3 years ago

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Bryan Kesting

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@Shay A Great tasting!