Merlot is one of the main Bordeaux varietals and grows well in Paso Robles.
This brick red Merlot has a full nose of blueberries, dried cherries, and boysenberries framed by dark chocolate and baking spices. The mouth begins with cranberries and plums and finishes with medium tannins and moderate vanilla oak. This wine is a great alternative to Cabernet Sauvignon when you are looking for something a tad softer and subtle. You’ll find this wine is great with any cheese, roasted meats, or vegetable dish.