An unusual blend from a big name vineyard produces classic Italian flavors in Paso Robles, the Naked Wines Brothers Miller French Camp Vineyard Old World Blend.
Sample submitted for review. This post includes affiliate links. The Brothers Miller French Camp Vineyard Old World Blend has an SRP of $35 and is available to NakedWines.com Angels for just $11.99.
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Your wine is the perfect introduction to Paso Robles – it’s a remarkable region full of fossilized limestone soils, impeccable weather, and a long line of grape growers like us, ready to introduce its wines to a new generation.
We hope you enjoy this Paso red – a uniquely Californian spin on the rich wines of the old world. It’s kicking with ripe plum, raspberry and nutmeg flavors. A real robust blend – with a rustic flair.
The 2017 Brothers Miller French Camp Vineyard Old World Blend begins with pleasing aromas of red and black cherry, spice, licorice, violet, lavender and a little vanilla. Taking a sip reveals a smooth and soft wine loaded with juicy sour cherry fruit and other flavors similar to the nose along with a hint of anise. This is a pretty nice example of Barbera from Paso Robles and with plenty of acidity it makes a great wine for Italian fare. It ends dry and quite long.
While we loved this one, it could be a bit of a surprise if you’re not expecting all the sour cherry flavors. This is definitely not your typical California red blend, which is a very good thing in our opinion!
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