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2020 West Ridge 'Reserve' Paso Robles, California Cabernet Sauvignon

A lovely wine that seamlessly melds fruit and oak barrel notes — rich, rounded and decadent.

2020 West Ridge 'Reserve' Paso Robles, California Cabernet Sauvignon
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Country: United States

Brand: West Ridge

Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon

Vintage: 2020

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About This Wine:

You’d probably recognize Napa and Sonoma as hotbeds of Cabernet Sauvignon in California. But Paso Robles? Absolutely.

Located roughly half-way between Los Angeles and San Francisco, Paso Robles has emerged as one of the Golden State’s most dependable hubs of winemaking. While numerous grape varieties are grown in the region, Cabernet Sauvignon has been a star from the very beginning. And it just keeps getting better and better as ideal vineyard sites are identified, attracting quality-focused winemakers from throughout the state and beyond.

Cabernet Sauvignon is a variety that becomes even more “elevated” and enjoyable when the wine is aged in oak barrels. The 2020 West Ridge “Reserve” is an excellent example as the fruit impressions from the grapes dance with the spice notes of the oak. Add a thick, juicy steak to the occasion and equation, and you’re in for a memorable wining and dining experience.

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