This Grenache pairs best with a juicy prime rib, a side of steamed artichoke with warm butter, some boneless spare ribs, or a pasta with a rich white sauce. This wine matures beautifully with age, so store some bottles for your cellar and a few for enjoying for now.
The beast has been released! This one hundred percent Tannat does not hold back, and neither should you. A bold, rich varietal that is making a name for itself in California is native to Uruguay; it is the dominant grape grown in the Basque region bordering Spain and France.
As Broken Earth’s first Tannat vintage, prepare to be blown away. You may even find a new favorite varietal! Tannat has become a special and rare find here on the Central Coast, and highly coveted for most cellars.
This 2017 vintage delivers apricot and coconut aromas in a balanced mixture that begs to be tasted.
Like the coveted Rosés produced in Provence, France, this east side Paso Robles vintage showcases all the hallmarks of an internationally- styled and yet classic Rosé.
The 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon shows exactly why Paso Robles is the ideal region for this variety.
We went big and still haven’t gone home! The 2013 Reserve Chardonnay allowed us to show our fun side while paying tribute to the classic California style that made this varietal what it is today.
ALBARIÑO - Being one of the newer plantings on the vineyard, the Albariño is starting to come into its own, as 2016 shows to be the best vintage to date. Although this varietal can withstand the warm days of the Paso Robles growing season, it needs to be precisely picked on the optimal day. Picking too soon can lead to lack of flavor, or if left on the vine too long, the acids can quickly drop out.