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Two Tradesmen Red, Paso Robles California
90 Points

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Vintage: 2017
BC Private Wine Stores: $20.0 +price will vary

BC CSPC: BC CSPC Code -391590
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WineScores' Review

Fleshy, powerful, satisfying.
The Two Tradesmen Wines are made in San Lucas, Monterey Country, California.
Made from almost equal parts Petite Sirah and Petit Verdot, along with Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo and Zinfandel, this fruity red blend was aged 16 months in medium+ toasted barriques.
Notes of dark chocolate and black cherries are underscored by prune, moist earth and brown spices. It's a fleshy and powerful red with earth and cherry, cocoa and salty undertones. It has good bones and a satisfying chew to it.
A wine made fro grilling.

Recommended Pairings
Barbeque, Junk Food, Fast Food & Snacks, Game Day Wines

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Wine Scores reviewed - 2022-03-02 12:50:07.0


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