J. Lohr

Seven Oaks Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon

8.93325 ratings
8.633 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
Tina Caputo

Juicy black cherry and spice, along with bright acidity. Great value.

Juicy black cherry and spice, along with bright acidity. Great value.

Apr 26th, 2018
Steven Kukesh

R&D Winemaker at DFV

8.7

On par with a Paso Cab, blackberry with smooth tannins. Can't beat the price.

On par with a Paso Cab, blackberry with smooth tannins. Can't beat the price.

Aug 5th, 2017
Steve Cain

I don't think the vintage matters. This stuff is my favorite.

I don't think the vintage matters. This stuff is my favorite.

19 people found it helpfulJul 10th, 2014
Daniel P. Drake

Tonight I went out and bought this wine at the request of a friend. I figured that what the heck, let's give it a go. I found it at a local grocery store for $14.99. I am keeping an open mind and will honestly try this Cabernet Sauvignon. I have found many nice wine at this price point so hopefully this won't disappoint. The nose is a little weak but I get black currant, stewed raisins, blackberry and some black pepper. On the first taste I get a watery mouth feel with blackberry, sweet plum, and cooking spice. I do get some oak and sandy tannins. All in all not to bad for the price point, something I would find at a wedding or a bar well wine. Sorry Jeff, I hope I didn't let you down too much.

Tonight I went out and bought this wine at the request of a friend. I figured that what the heck, let's give it a go. I found it at a local grocery store for $14.99. I am keeping an open mind and will honestly try this Cabernet Sauvignon. I have found many nice wine at this price point so hopefully this won't disappoint. The nose is a little weak but I get black currant, stewed raisins, blackberry and some black pepper. On the first taste I get a watery mouth feel with blackberry, sweet plum, and cooking spice. I do get some oak and sandy tannins. All in all not to bad for the price point, something I would find at a wedding or a bar well wine. Sorry Jeff, I hope I didn't let you down too much.

13 people found it helpfulDec 2nd, 2014
Kihyun Yoon

This is not a good example of Cab from Paso Robles.

This is not a good example of Cab from Paso Robles.

9 people found it helpfulMay 31st, 2014
Susan Villiers

Keep coming back to this cab.

Keep coming back to this cab.

6 people found it helpfulJul 14th, 2014
Mark Smith

Solid grocery store $12 cab.

Solid grocery store $12 cab.

6 people found it helpfulJun 12th, 2014
Betsy Cohen

Smooth

Flavored: cherry, black currant, vanilla, light spice

Smooth

Flavored: cherry, black currant, vanilla, light spice

3 people found it helpfulApr 27th, 2015
Spin Doctor

I don't think this is that bad, in fact not bad at all. One said it was a "Thursday drinking wine". Definite jamminess and lasting mouth feel. It's smooth for a cab, which is a good thing.

I don't think this is that bad, in fact not bad at all. One said it was a "Thursday drinking wine". Definite jamminess and lasting mouth feel. It's smooth for a cab, which is a good thing.

3 people found it helpfulFeb 8th, 2015
Laren Lamb

Ripe fruit. Cherry. Dry.

Ripe fruit. Cherry. Dry.

3 people found it helpfulOct 10th, 2014