Ghost Cellars Boo-ty Blend 2016 Paso Robles, California
Dark ruby in color with a wide reddish rim and medium plus intensity.
Fruity nose of black currants, black plums, sweet cherries, spices, oak, licorice, light vanilla and black pepper.
Medium plus in body with medium acidity.
Dry on the palate with currants, plums, cherries, wood, spices, black pepper, earth, coffee and pencil lead.
Nice finish with soft tannins and tangy raspberries.
This is a nice and easy drinking Cabernet Franc blend from Paso Robles. Showing mild complexity with a nice mouthfeel.
Needed 45 minutes to open up properly.
This 5 year old is drinking very nicely now. Fruit forward and balanced. Tangy and interesting. Soft and smooth.
A blend of 75% Cabernet Franc 25% Merlot. A small production of only 42 cases.
13.6% alcohol by volume.
89 points. — 18 days ago
Just another example of how to turn a wonderful meal of steakhouse leftovers into a fabulous meal. — 5 months ago
Fresh as can be. Perfectly aged, ready to enjoy. — 8 months ago
Well done french style savvy blanc — 3 days ago
Från Jura till Göteborg: denna GPS hittar inte fel, ty allt rann ner i truten. Bonden och vinet. — 2 months ago
Ty makes really nice reds, in whatever format. This red blend is a perfect example. — 7 months ago
Oh my! I bought this mature beauty 6 and a half years ago from JR and then I let it mature even more! I didn’t realize what I had laid down and I opened on spaghetti and meatball night. This wine is SPECTACULAR. I’ve never had a Sangiovese that was so beautifully integrated with floral, oak and mint and so many other flavors I can’t pinpoint. I usually find Sangiovese angular, hard and acidic. This wine is simply gorgeous. TY JR. You blew me away! — 18 days ago
Cheers to good memories of a fun trip with great friends. — 3 months ago
Anyone who thinks Petite Verdot is only for blending should try this. Simply sensational. — 7 months ago