San Antonio Winery

Centennial Blend Paso Robles Red Blend

9.45 ratings
9.61 pro ratings
California, USA
Red Blend
Top Notes For
Clive McNish

This is an excellent Paso Cabernet blend and the blend really works. Great nose with lavender, baking spices, dark fruit and mushrooms and then a very layered drinking experience. It’s like working your way through a bag of hard fruit candy combined with an oaky, lavender and winter spice background. Finishes dry but rich with a slightly tart ending. The way I’ve described it sounds too sweet but it’s not, it’s just the way it makes your mouth feel after sucking on a hard candy. Enough nonsense, I highly recommend this and at $85 I think it’s good value.

This is an excellent Paso Cabernet blend and the blend really works. Great nose with lavender, baking spices, dark fruit and mushrooms and then a very layered drinking experience. It’s like working your way through a bag of hard fruit candy combined with an oaky, lavender and winter spice background. Finishes dry but rich with a slightly tart ending. The way I’ve described it sounds too sweet but it’s not, it’s just the way it makes your mouth feel after sucking on a hard candy. Enough nonsense, I highly recommend this and at $85 I think it’s good value.

Nov 26th, 2018
Young Choi

despite being so young, this wine is so approachable and so delicious! thank you riboli family & paso staff for this amazing btl and dinner :)

despite being so young, this wine is so approachable and so delicious! thank you riboli family & paso staff for this amazing btl and dinner :)

May 21st, 2017
Marshall Todd Herron DPM

This is San Antonio Winery's 100th Anniversary Centennial Blend from Paso Robles. 36%cabernet sauvignon, 28%malbec, 21%petit verdot, 11%petite sirah, 4%syrah. Kapow baby! This is BIG! Yes ding dang it Im giving another bottle of wine a perfect score!!!!!! Get over it. It means I can always buy this again and it will NEVER disappoint. Allow me to start with the color. It is a light absorptive dark purple. Not opaque, but far closer than it is to a pinot color. The legs are very thick and slow to fall. The bouquet is rhubarb pie and fresh picked gardenia flowers slightly subdued. The initial palate is dark cherry, blackberry, black currant, and buttered toast. The finish comes quick with explosions of black pepper and vanilla. There is no tartness on the beginning but a very small hint on the ending. It is very dry and sends me to my next sip of water. I cant wait to have the next taste however... darn good wine, darn good job my Roboli family friends! Anthony Riboli and Arnaud Debons have created something truly remarkable. In order to purchase this wine, go to www.SanAntoniowinery.com
You wont be sorry!!!!!

This is San Antonio Winery's 100th Anniversary Centennial Blend from Paso Robles. 36%cabernet sauvignon, 28%malbec, 21%petit verdot, 11%petite sirah, 4%syrah. Kapow baby! This is BIG! Yes ding dang it Im giving another bottle of wine a perfect score!!!!!! Get over it. It means I can always buy this again and it will NEVER disappoint. Allow me to start with the color. It is a light absorptive dark purple. Not opaque, but far closer than it is to a pinot color. The legs are very thick and slow to fall. The bouquet is rhubarb pie and fresh picked gardenia flowers slightly subdued. The initial palate is dark cherry, blackberry, black currant, and buttered toast. The finish comes quick with explosions of black pepper and vanilla. There is no tartness on the beginning but a very small hint on the ending. It is very dry and sends me to my next sip of water. I cant wait to have the next taste however... darn good wine, darn good job my Roboli family friends! Anthony Riboli and Arnaud Debons have created something truly remarkable. In order to purchase this wine, go to www.SanAntoniowinery.com
You wont be sorry!!!!!

May 16th, 2017
Elsie W

Alcoholic Beverages General Sales Manager, Safeway

9.6

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May 21st, 2019
Panagis Vagenas

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Jun 2nd, 2019