At Hunt Cellars, winemaker David Hunt, has an artistic side too. Alas, David lost his sight in 1989, so his expressions of art come in the form of his winemaking and his music. As a musician, he plays at his own winemaker dinners and indulges his passion for music by bestowing his wines with musical titles. Despite his blindness, David can still appreciate the beauty of Paso Robles. For him it comes through in the soil, the weather, the water and ultimately in the wines.


Swirl a glass, and take in the layered aromas of cherry, plum, toasty oak, and a hint of chocolate. Bold tannins carry rich flavors of dark cherry, blackberry, and currants that build to a oaky finish. Fans of bolder, oakier Cabernet will really enjoy this wine now, but cellaring a bottle for ten years will truly bring out the full expression of this wine.  
FBWorld Panel Score: 93