The natural draw of the historic hot springs, Iron Spring and Sand Spring, propelled Paso Robles into a bustling destination known as California’s oldest watering place.
Never bound by preconceived notions, this Cabernet could only ever be made in Paso Robles, California. Once known for its thermal mineral springs as a rest stop for travelers along El Camino Real, Paso Robles is today known for producing world class wine. Made to defy expectations of a typical Cabernet Sauvignon, Iron + Sand Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon is true Paso.
Dense purple in color, this wine opens with aromas of dark cherries, blackberry preserves and a dusting of coco powder and clove. On the entry, ripe, dark fruit flavors hit the palate before rounding out to earthy, rich chocolate covered cherries complemented by lively acidity and fine tannins that lifts the wine and suggests a long life. The finish is long, supple, and mouthwatering.