J. Lohr Cuvee PAU Red Blend 2017

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14.15% /
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Vintage: 2017
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J. Lohr Cuvee PAU Red Blend 2017, a red wine, uses grapes sourced from Paso Robles AVA in California. The wine has 14.90% ABV. As the name suggests, this red wine is a blend of : Cabernet Sauvignon 67%, Cabernet Franc 27%, Merlot 5%, Petit Verdot 1%. “PAU” in the name suggests that this wine is based on the blending done in the Grand Cru wines of the Pauillac district of Bordeaux. 

The winemaker, Brenden Wood, ages this wine for 18 months in French Oak barrels. After botteling, the wine is allowed to rest for 2 years before it hits the shelves. 

J. Lohr Cuvee PAU Red Blend 2017 leads with aromas of red currant and cherry, enveloped in oak-inspired notes of cedar, cigar box, and toasted coconut. The flavorful red fruit entry delivers dense cherry, plum, and chalk with a bright and lasting age-worthy finish.

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Weight 3.5 lbs

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What does J. Lohr Cuvee PAU Red Blend 2017 taste like?


leather, forest floor, mushroom

cherry, raspberry, ripe strawberry

oak, cedar, tobacco

blackberry, black cherry, dark fruit

pepper, anise, white pepper


blood orange, citrus

cream, cheese

lavender, violet

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The Bordeaux Red Blend is a versatile and internationally recognized wine varietal that has gained popularity among wine enthusiasts worldwide. Originating from the famous Bordeaux region in France, this blend encompasses a combination of grape varieties commonly used in Bordeaux's red wines. Although the term "Bordeaux Blend" is not an official or legal designation, it serves as a useful concept to discuss wines made in a similar style, regardless of their origin. While the term itself is not commonly seen on wine labels, it is often mentioned by wine merchants and enthusiasts to describe wines that resemble the characteristics of Bordeaux-style reds. In the United States, a similar concept is referred to as Meritage, which holds a legal definition and is a registered... Read More
Paso Robles, an expansive and diverse winegrowing region nestled at the southern end of California's Central Coast, boasts a rich history that dates back to the late 18th Century. The roots of viticulture in this region were planted by Spanish missionaries, who introduced the Mission variety grapes. By 1882, the region's earliest Zinfandel vines marked the establishment of its first commercial winery. Covering a vast expanse of 666,500 acres (270,000ha), the official Paso Robles AVA stretches across the northern half of Read More

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