One of the older LCs we have, this is 82% syrah, 14% mourvedre, and 4% grenache. Matt’s wines can be a bit hit or miss after this much time - I think they show best a bit younger - but the syrah-dominant blends definitely fare better with time. Likely already starting on the downslope, this one is still drinking really well, but I wouldn’t recommend letting it sit in your cellar for too many more years if you have a bottle or two. Enjoy it now. — 4 days ago
Deep purple with a nose of raspberries, sweet cherries, cedar chest, and slight notes of cinnamon. Full-bodied with higher alcohol, richness, and intensity. It’s a bit hot, but not out of balance. Medium acidity and tannins. Quite nice, but I like the Honey Bunny better. — 9 days ago
This is a delicious GSM Blend from Paso Robles.
Full bodied with medium acidity and long legs.
Dry and very fruity on the palate.
Showing black fruits with oak, chocolates, alcohol, light earth, cola, licorice, spices, tobacco and coffee.
Tasty and rich. Interesting and spicy.
Good right out of the bottle, and better after an hour of airtime.
Needs a few more years in the bottle to mature properly.
Nicely balanced and fruit forward with a great mouthfeel. Delicious.
A blend of 50% Grenache, 35% Syrah and 15% Mourvedre.
15.2% alcohol by volume.
$56. — 9 days ago
Color is dark purple with a nose of plums, blackberry jam, sweet tobacco, bacon fat, and a bit of leather. The aromas are very interesting and I’m not quite sure I have captured it all. On the taste, holy smokes! Stay seated and keep your arms and legs inside the vehicle at all times, this one is a roller coaster. Full-bodied with good fruit at first when you swallow hang on! The finish is a joyful ride with fruit and tannins sweeping across the tongue.
My first bottle I opened from my order from The Find - Danville. If all of my case tastes like this, I’m in for a treat! — 12 days ago
Color of light gold. Nose of tropical sweetness, nice spice and green apple, a bit mineral, and strength of alcohol. Taste is quite light, dominated by green apple, tinkling zest, some tea note, and warmth from the alcohol. Aftertaste is spicy warmth from the alcohol. On par. — 9 days ago