I came here for the Paul Hobbs Crossbarn.
If you're into the thick, buttery, oaky chard, this is for you. It's good. Price point is decent. Well balanced. — 2 years ago
Wow. Very good blend. It doesn't say on the bottle but from the taste and location I'll guess Cabernet, Merlot, And Zin?
Heavy blueberry and cherry on the palate to begin...Very vanilla heavy on the nose. Great wine, and great for the price. — 2 years ago
Very vanilla heavy with ripe berry. Got it on sale for $6.99 but wouldn’t pay full price for it again. — a year ago
Not sure what I’m missing? Very, very thin. A little bit of oak, both on nose and palate. Tiny bit of currant which disappeared the second it hit my tongue, along with the rest of the taste of the wine. Really not into this at all. — 2 years ago
Pleasantly surprised. Plum, some cedar, oak, and tannins make for a wonderful balanced medium to full bodied red blend. — 2 years ago
Very plum on the nose. On the palate I get lots and lots of berry. Maybe a tad of leather midway through, with plum and a bit of (vanilla maybe?) on the aftertaste. Not tannic whatsoever. A good wine. But not worth the price or too dissimilar from the regular label Josh Cab. Edit: I’ve allowed it to open up a little and I’m getting wonderful pepper notes. Vastly improved from first corkage. — 2 years ago
Decent. Bit of a leathery nose upon first corking. This gives way to chocolate nose, and also immediately on the palate. This rounds out to berry, plum on the back of the tongue. Definitely doesn't linger around long. Thin. — 2 years ago