Vague dishwater soft plum closed-in watery sapling bark vapid and uninteresting–this HAS to have a good chunk of Syrah in it–tasting only slightly more fruited, albeit the watery-dense gear-lube comes with a side-salad of bitter and a fruitless finish only a Paso lover would tolerate. And then the dishwater kicks in again. This is the Oregon Pinot of Paso Cab–weird and green and odd and base but not redeemingly vegetal or earthy. It reminds me of 10YO BDX Superieur.
2009 RANGELANDS ‘Watershed’ Red Wine Paso Robles 14.2