In the mouth, a density of cherry concentrate complementary of the burnished oak and typical Paso nuance extraction. Starting flabby, growing expectantly and finishing hot, it tells the Paso Robles story in a way many will love and I can’t find too many faults with. The Tempranillo is obvious and lends a funky muddled Euro-humanity magic to the blend. A very fun wine.
2013 SCULPTERRA Red Blend ‘Figurine’ Cab/Primitivo/ME 45/42/13 Paso Robles California 14.5