Lot 641 | 2015 Paicines
Gold Medal, 2019 Denver Int'l Wine Competition; From the mountains of Paicines, this is an unbeatable deal for California Merlot of this quality.
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One of the Central Coast’s best appellations for Bordeaux varietals, the Paicines AVA is a hidden gem found just past the Pinot and Chardonnay vineyards of the Monterey Coast on the other side of the Gabilan Mountains.
Sourced from one of the best-known and well-respected $40+ red programs on the entire Central Coast, Lot 641 is built to the nines – farmed with the utmost of care in the alluvial flows of the San Benito River and made in a ripe, lush-yet-extracted style and aged in over 50% new oak, this “Merlot with muscle” is certain to gather the attention of the most arduous Cabernet lovers.
This is a fantastic Merlot at a great price! We aren't huge Merlot fans but this is beyond good. It is complex with different flavors that balance well. Taste of fruit and licorice. Sad that it is sold out - hope to see more!
We enjoyed with some nice cheeses. Great value for an everyday wine.
This merlot is so unbelievable. It drinks like a super expensive wine and the price is just crazy. I am sorry to see it is sold out again and I hope it comes back in stock!!! :)
This is such a great value. It goes with anything and has become our house wine. I am glad that I was able to get another case + when it was recently back in stock. Sorry to see that it is sold out again.
Not so much
This is maybe just OK. I was surprised because the reviews are so high. Maybe I will settle into it, but for now, it is a bit syrupy for me.
Loved this wine!
Loved this one! Shocked it's available again! Put my order in!
Another easy drinking everyday wine. Would buy more if it was available.
Great value Merlot
This merlot is beautifully structured. Bold, red fruit aromas on the nose with a long, silky finish. Great wine!
So sorry to see this one go. It was my all-time favorite. CH is the best!!! Looking for a replacement. Currently leaning towards a red Zin.