Tecolote Red Wine

Paso robles

Sourced from the head-trained, dry-farmed vines planted in the 1920s in the Pesenti vineyard, this wine is 60% Grenache and 40% Carignane. Given the Catalan-esque blend, we gave the wine a Spanish name—Tecolote means “owl,” and is also the name of the block in the Pesenti vineyard that these vines come from. The age of the vines, along with the calcareous soils they're planted in, lend this wine high tones and stellar perfumed notes.

Available in our Paso Robles tasting room only.