100 Nails Ranch Cabernet Sauvignon 2018
100 Nails Ranch Cabernet Sauvignon exudes layered notes of violet, sage, blueberry, blackberry and vanilla. Firm acidity with robust tannins bring a structured texture that builds to a long, concentrated finish.
Enjoy with hearty vegetarian entrées, gourmet burgers, roasted meats, and ripe, aged cheeses.
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What can you build with 100 nails? Structure? Possibly. Balance? With the proper skills, the answer is yes. What about exceptional balance with a well-structured palate? Well that might require something special. Vision. Passion. Craft. And just the right amount of grit. We are a distinctive collection of varietal wines, produced and bottled from California's finest growing regions. Hand crafted by Master Enologist Tom Hinde and his world-class team.
As Paso Robles, California has soared in number of wineries and gained in popularity, Cabernet Sauvignon has firmly taken root as the region’s number one varietal. Alone, it accounts for just over 40% of plantings and is grown throughout both the western and eastern sides of the appellation. Though viticulture here dates back to the 18th century, Cabernet Sauvignon didn’t emerge as a significant grape here until the 1970’s. But since then it has definitely made up for lost time.
Legendary winemaker and consultant Andre Tchelistcheff first recognized Paso’s potential with Cabernet Sauvignon in the early 1960’s. The calcareous soil and dramatic diurnal temperature changes of Paso’s westside particularly intrigued him. Today modern winemaking techniques and focused experimentation with various clones, rootstocks and vineyard strategies optimize the region's ideal combination of soil and climate to deliver the best fruit possible.
The results are evident in the glass. Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon can be mesmerizing, with rich aromas and flavors of blackberry, cassis, black cherry, graphite, toasty oak, vanilla and spice. The structure, balance and unbridled opulence of these wines impress from first sip to last. Not surprisingly, Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignons have steadily grown in reputation, not just in the U.S., but around the world.