Peachy Canyon is a small family owned winery in beautiful Paso Robles on the Central Coast of California. The winery has been owned and operated by the Beckett Family since 1988. Experience the best the Westside has to offer. Come by and sample our award-winning zinfandels and other acclaimed varietals. Become a member of the "Old School House Wine Club" so you can start saving today and take home wines you can't get anywhere else. We hope to see you soon!
Good bargain, no complaints.
Jammy, dark berries on the nose with a hint of topsoil. Initial attack of jammy fruit followed by moderate tannins and a medium length peppery finish. Not overly complex, but would be great with grilled food and is very easy to drink,
Bright chewy fruit mild acid and a well rounded and lingering full fruit finish. Winemaker indicates that it is oak-aged though oak flavor is mild and nicely balanced with the soft tannins. This is a very approachable and food friendly wine.
For the price, a great buy. Nice zin taste with the pepper and spice. Good weekday red. I saw bargain in the tags...no doubt. Grab a couple of these for the times you want a glass but don't want to crack your over $20 stash.
- Tasted at Lee's Wine Experience 11/7/09
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