Austin Hope Winery

Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon

9.330 ratings
-no pro ratings
Paso Robles, Central Coast, California, USA
Cabernet Sauvignon
Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Pasta, Venison, Tomato-Based, Potato, Pork, Chocolate & Caramel, White Rice, Mushrooms, Beef, Lamb, Chili & Hot Spicy
Top Notes For
Brent Earls

So good and full

So good and full

Jul 7th, 2019
Laz Ryan Lackner

Notes of coffee and dark fruit. Excellent finish. Hints of grape with a grapey grape grape. Wine. I love wine.

Notes of coffee and dark fruit. Excellent finish. Hints of grape with a grapey grape grape. Wine. I love wine.

Jul 6th, 2019
Tess vO

I tried this at Bryans on 290 and thought it was too fruity and sweet for my taste

I tried this at Bryans on 290 and thought it was too fruity and sweet for my taste

Dec 2nd, 2018
Kyle Brew

Rye in louisville

Rye in louisville

Aug 16th, 2018
Scott McCaffrey

Amazing wine that seems to get no press coverage. Very surprised and impressed. Hope it stays low key so I can take advantage of its price before it becomes the next triple digit wine

Amazing wine that seems to get no press coverage. Very surprised and impressed. Hope it stays low key so I can take advantage of its price before it becomes the next triple digit wine

May 31st, 2018
Mike Daniel

Great balance once it opened up. Inky with a ruby rim in the glass.

After loosening up, the fruity with high alcohol, structure and layered flavors mingled in and rolled over each other beautifully. . Leaning toward glycerol of dark fruit, spices and earthiness. Brighter in the nose w/ raspberry and strawberry syrup. On the pallet more boysenberry and blackberry pie and slickness but nice oaky structure, so never too sweet. Big , dense, w/bold flavors are surprisingly balanced.

Lots of alcohol up front, but opens up and settles in beautifully with just 30 minutes decanted. Would be great over the next decade.

An excellent value at $45-$50, could’ve been $80.

Great balance once it opened up. Inky with a ruby rim in the glass.

After loosening up, the fruity with high alcohol, structure and layered flavors mingled in and rolled over each other beautifully. . Leaning toward glycerol of dark fruit, spices and earthiness. Brighter in the nose w/ raspberry and strawberry syrup. On the pallet more boysenberry and blackberry pie and slickness but nice oaky structure, so never too sweet. Big , dense, w/bold flavors are surprisingly balanced.

Lots of alcohol up front, but opens up and settles in beautifully with just 30 minutes decanted. Would be great over the next decade.

An excellent value at $45-$50, could’ve been $80.

Apr 7th, 2018
Donna Cantarella

2015

Feb 24th, 2019
Chelsey L. E. Wieringa

Chelsey had this a month ago

Chelsey had this a month ago

Jul 13th, 2019
Andrew Rucker

Andrew had this 3 months ago

Andrew had this 3 months ago

Jun 2nd, 2019
Jason Saxer

Jason had this 4 months ago

Jason had this 4 months ago

May 7th, 2019