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Broadside Paso Robles

Cabernet Sauvignon,

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Sustainably-farmed, Broadside harvests at lower sugars and use little to no new oak to create wines of balance and finesse that make sense on the dinner table

Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon
Region: Paso Robles, California
Winemaker: Broadside
Size: 750 ml
Alcohol: 14.0%

Winemaker's Notes

This Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon exhibits attractive aromas of ripe strawberry and red cherry, framed by a touch of oak. It’s supple and open-knit on the palate, with a juicy core of fruit and light structuring tannins, concluding with a long finish

John's Notes

Made in a very similar style to it’s Margarita Merlot, Broadside’s Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon is a light summer Cab that’s loaded with fresh and juicy blackberry, blueberry, red cherry, and strawberry pie with just a hint of spice on the finish.  Thanks for the help on the tasting notes T. Snow!

Nerdy Details

Winemaker: Broadside Wines, Brian and Stephanie Terrizzi

  • Inspired by the “broadside” collection of our founders’ Stephanie and Brian Terrizzi, we approach each wine as a blank canvas where we can capture the vine’s personality, the terroir of the vineyard and the influence of mother nature
  • Our fruit is sourced from sustainably farmed vineyards – furthering our ability to make a wine that’s truly expressive of Paso Robles
  • We were the first solar powered winery in Paso Robles’ Tin City, and have taken several steps beyond that to limit impact on our immediate environment

Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon

Region: Paso Robles, California


  • A wet winter helped fill up reservoirs and bring new life to cover crops, and then to the vines. Even temperatures throughout the growing season wrapped up in an earlier than average harvest
  • Paso Robles lies at the southern end of California’s Central Coast region. It is the state’s largest geographic appellation, spanning over 666,500 acres with eleven sub-appellations
  • Despite the close proximity to the Pacific Ocean, Paso Robles has a warm, continental climate. This is mainly a result of the Santa Lucia range that borders the region in the west, shielding much of the coastal influence. It’s an area known for a dramatic diurnal shift between day and nighttime temperatures


  • Sourced from sustainably farmed, SIP certified vineyards in San Luis Obispo County (Santa Margarita Ranch, Estrella & San Juan Creek)
  • Paso Robles has a diverse range of soil types that are primarily bedrock derived
  • We harvest at lower sugars and use little to no new oak to create wines of balance and finesse that make sense on the dinner table
  • Aged 14 months in French & American Oak

Alcohol:  14.0%

Pairs With: Spaghetti and meatballs, wood-fired pizza, burgers on the grill


Wine Enthusiast (89): Aromas of dark strawberry and red plum meet with mint and turned loam on the nose. Savory herbs provide a counterpoint to the rich flavors of pomegranate syrup and mulberry on the palate, with chalky tannins framing it all.  Matt Kettmann 10/1/19

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