There is a pleasantly dainty nose on this decidedly undainty wine, with light, toasted coconut and cherry cola aromas. The palate discloses root beer, cooked raspberry and slight vanilla, with flavors walking an expert tightrope between the grape's brooding character and an acidic freshness. It's ideal for pairing with a variety of foods, from hearty cuts of beef and sausage to turkey and pork roast. (MK)
The 2011 Focus is the estate's Syrah release, and it was aged 16 months in new French oak prior to bottling. Its inky purple color is followed by fantastic notes of blackberry, blueberry, smoked meats and hints of olive. Full-bodied, seamless and layered, with a gorgeous texture, this is a classic Paso Robles Syrah to drink over the coming 7-8 years, if not longer. (JD)
Zeroes in on a tight band of cedar-laced currant, dried berry, scorched earth and mineral flavors, holding focus and ending with a trim mix of berry and mineral details. Drink now through 2023. (JL)
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