2007 Paradiso
2007 Paradiso
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“The concept was to fashion a classic Bordeaux-style blend,” says Director of Winemaking Brooks Painter. “2007 presented us with a fabulous vintage to begin with. We had all these great ingredients that were already spoken for, but we cherry picked and created a voluptuous wine where the flavor and aromatic characteristics of each varietal play a significant role. It’s an interesting—even provocative—wine in that not only the varieties, but the regions from which they came, are distinctly expressed—earthy Rutherford Cabernet, cool-climate Carneros Merlot, spicy North Coast Petit Verdot, aromatic Cabernet Franc from Alexander Valley.” Velvety and rich, with well-integrated tannins from careful barrel selection, mostly new oak, the 2007 Paradiso is already enjoyable. “It’s a precocious wine,” says Brooks, “seductive already, but should age very well too. We were looking less for structure than finesse…and balance and harmony among the components. We’re very pleased with the result.”

2 Gold Medals!

*2011 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
*Taster's Guild 24th Annual International Wine Competition

*90 pts. Wine Spectator
*92 pts Wine Enthusiasts
*89 Pts California Grapevine
*90 Pts. Connoisseurs Guide to California Wine


Wine Specs
Bordeaux Blend (Meritage)
Napa Valley
Harvest Date
09/10 - 10/27/2008
100% barrel 24 months
Stainless Steel tanks
Bottling Date
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Product Reviews
Dan's Gravatar
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(Jul 15, 2011 at 12:05 PM)
Great wine! A true Bordeaux-style blend

Dan's Gravatar
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(Sep 19, 2011 at 3:41 PM)
Absolutely Amazing! Spent two weeks in CA wine counrty, without a doubt the best red I tasted on the trip. Quickly became my favorite blend.

Cynthia "CiCi" Stewart
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(Dec 21, 2015 at 4:13 PM)
One of the best surprises in some time. Five stars on this one!