J. Lohr 2001 Cuvée Pau Red (Paso Robles)

This hommage to Pauillac is darkly colored and powerful, with flavors of black currants and a decadent, dark chocolate note. There's lots of flamboyant oak. Texturally, it's soft in acids, with melted, smooth tannins, and the finish is dry. It's a delicious, interesting wine, and a testament to J. Lohr's ambitions with Cabernet Sauvignon. Drink now.

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