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The 2006 ISOSCELES is inky purple with a slight red hue around the rim. Aromas of blackberry, black plum, leather, mo...Read more...
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Aromas of currants and mocha with a long finish of black pepper. Read more
Rich, elegant and smooth. Great blend of cab sau, cab franc and merlot. Decadent and delicious. - Tasted 8/15/09 Marche` Bacchus Read more
A beautiful color, olive and earth on the nose, old-world in style, undeniably dry, but nobody does dry in California better than this, I think. Read more
Food Pairings for Justin Vineyards & Winery Cabernet Sauvignon Paso Robles
Aromas of currants and mocha with a long finish of black pepper.
Rich, elegant and smooth. Great blend of cab sau, cab franc and merlot. Decadent and delicious. - Tasted 8/15/09 Marche` Bacchus
A beautiful color, olive and earth on the nose, old-world in style, undeniably dry, but nobody does dry in California better than this, I think.
Good red, better after a good sit in the decanter. Great value for a good cab. Well, used to be a good value. The price has gone up in the last couple of years. I guess I should hold on to our last bottle.
92 pts - Potent tar, leather on nose. Firm tannins behind tangy dark prunes and Moroccan spice on the Palate. Very long finish.
What a bargain! Not up to the level of Silver Oak, Dunn Howell Mtn., Phelps Insignia, Shaffers Hillside Select, Caymus Special Select, et al, but it is definetely up there with the 2nd tier at a bargain price. It is amazing they can create such a good wine is Paso Robles
feel the oak every which way - very reliable
External Reviews for Justin Vineyards & Winery Cabernet Sauvignon Paso Robles
Ruby-red. Dried cherry, anise, tobacco and herbs on the nose; really showing its Cabernet Franc today. Juicy dark berry and cherry flavors turn slightly bitter with air and are framed by dusty tannins. Finishes on a gentle floral note, with good grip.
Full crimson red. Medium-bodied. Moderately extracted. Moderately tannic. Cranberries, red fruits. Bright red fruit aromas. Solid and austere style.
Beautiful ruby-garnet hue. An evocative nose displays a wonderful array of perfume aromas, from violets and strawberry to dusty, smoky nuances. Soft at entry, with well-delineated flavors of black cherry and raspberry. Bright fruit carries through to the finish, making this wine very enjoyable upon release. However, 3-6 years in the cellar will allow its youthful acidity and tannin to soften, and this wine's already complex aroma profile will become even more expansive.
Nice cherry, spice and oak flavors on a firm frame. Flavors echo nicely on the finish. Drink now through 2002.
Justin 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon The 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon is dark red with a crimson hue. Aromas of raspberry, bing cherry, mushroom, and an assortment of spice, vanilla and leather make up the nose. A soft, fruit forward entry is accented by a touch of vanilla. The mid palate balances acidity and structure to produce a velvety mouth feel found commonly in JUSTIN wines. The finish contains soft, yet prevalent tannins with hints of caramel, cedar and toasted oak. Food Pairing: Properly seasoned roasted, grilled, sautéed meats, poultry & game. Dishes: Lamb Loin with Red Wine Essence, Filet Mignon, Roasted Duck Breast Cheeses: Sharp Cheddar, Abbaye de Belloc, Danish Blue, Aged Gouda, Reblochon, San Andreas
The wine has a medium intense garnet color. Below layers of toasted oak and caramel from the barrels lie violet, raspberry and herbal aromas. The wine has a full entry, substantial midpalate and tannins. Violet and raspberry nuances enhance the toasted oak and herbal flavors. The finish is long and toasted.
Sleek and understated, with cedary, mushroomy flavors and only a modest serving of cherry and currant fruit flavors. Drink now.
The 2006 ISOSCELES is inky purple with a slight red hue around the rim. Aromas of blackberry, black plum, leather, mocha, and cassis combine with light layers of caramel, vanilla and a touch of smoke resulting from the extended oak ageing. The entry is filled with red and black fruit. A balance of softness and acidity segues into a mid palate with length and weight. Seamless, integrated tannins marry with ripe fruit, and flavors of red currant, butterscotch and hint of pencil lead on the finish of this wine. The 2006 ISOSCELES is very young, and will continue to evolve from now through 2025.
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