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Treana Cabernet Sauvignon 2021

14.50% /
750ml /
Vintage: 2021
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Wine Description

Treana Cabernet Sauvignon 2021 is your quintessential red wine from Paso Robles. From the depth of color and intense nose, this wine is made with structure and purpose. On the palate, flavors of beautiful rich blackberry, warm vanilla, toasted coffee and black cherry are finished with firm but refined tannins.

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Weight 3.5 lbs

Reviews (75)

75 reviews for Treana Cabernet Sauvignon 2021

  1. Rosa Morrow

    Impressive value for money.

  2. Carole Snedegar

    Delicious Paso Cabernet with dark fruit flavors, raisin, plum, and anise notes. Comparable to Caymus.

  3. Joseph Chavez

    Fruit forward with heavy oak, lacking integration. Jammy dark fruit, vanilla, and chocolate notes. Long, mostly oaky finish.

  4. Mark Augustine

    Vintage Wines Ltd’s 01/24/20 Winebar features 1 Rosé, 3 Whites, 8 Reds, & 7 *shared* bottles. The wine has a ripe, jammy berry scent and a medium body. It has a nice, almost sweet entry, but with an astringent pucker that resolves by the long, balanced finish. It has a tangy/sweetness to the few, innocuous, dusty tannins. It has a 14.5% ABV, VG+/EXC-, and is a flirting with R.S. style. Check with the vendor for their competitive price.

  5. Linda Giles

    Delightful wine with medium tannins and dark fruit notes. A subtle spice flavor adds to the pleasant experience. At $26, it’s worth buying again.

  6. Sean Talbot

    Dark and extracted with plush notes of blueberry, blackberry, and baking spices. A toned back “little brother” of the Austin Hope Cabernet. Great value and best served slightly chilled.

  7. Nelson Brickley

    Excellent balance, fantastic nose.

  8. Robert Welch

    Fabulous , Well balanced , Great nose

  9. Kathryn Voigt

    Fruit-forward Paso Cab, easy to drink.

  10. Dane Hopper

    Good value. Acidity softened after decanting, letting fruit shine. Not as good as Austin Hope Cabernet but solid under $30.

  11. Cindy Pineda

    Affordable crowd-pleaser. Ripe fruit, dark chocolate, and baking spices with round tannins. Drink now-2026.

  12. Earl Stephens

    Jammy with barrel char, minimal acidity. No improvement with air. Hangover juice. Not worth buying.

  13. Carleen Jodoin

    Excellent wine. Bold and extractive with plummy flavors. Comparable to Caymus, but at a third of the cost.

  14. Ethel Fisher


  15. Hallie Wireman

    Great everyday wine.

  16. Erica Bettencourt

    Too sweet

  17. Shelly Doe

    Fruity, sweet, low acidity.

  18. Jeanne Villatoro

    Smooth and good wine.

  19. Manuel George

    Better than Treana red blend. Great value.

  20. Michael Corley

    Poor quality.

  21. Linda Goodman

    Great find at Pac Heights impromptu garden grill. Treana 2018 beats Bonanza. Austin Hope wins.

  22. Juan Simmons

    Decant to let it open up. Soft tannins, blackberry, mocha, and vanilla notes.

  23. Lillian Lee

    Nice, toned-down Paso Cab with changing blackberry jam notes and a big milk chocolate and coffee aroma. Drinkable without excess weight, and a bit racier than Austin Hope.

  24. Robert Tacker

    Bold, full-bodied, heavy blackberry taste with vanilla and spice in the background. Tannins are well handled. A smooth wine. The petite Sirah and merlot blending is definitely an added plus.

  25. Amanda Holbert

    Great color and body with a soft mouthfeel. The wine offers round, fruit-forward notes of berries and plums. It’s an easy-drinking wine at a great value.

  26. Bruce Savage

    Excellent with seafood lasagna and homemade salad.

  27. Douglas Corsi

    Sweet yet flat.

  28. Diana Folwell

    Flat and sweet.

  29. Leo Baughn

    Dark fruits with light oakiness, mild tannins, and balanced acidity. Great with food or for after-dinner relaxation.

  30. Christopher Maillet

    Dark fruit jamminess with light oak and balanced acidity. Mild tannins make it an easy drink with meals or for unwinding.

  31. Mark Galvez

    Great full-bodied Cab with soft tannins and a fruit-forward flavor. Lingering aftertaste. Recommended.

  32. Roger Panzarella

    Fruit-forward wine, nice.

  33. Daniel Hickman

    A generic wine with gamey black berries and yogurt aroma, black fruits and vanilla flavor, and medium acidity and tannins. Okay craftsmanship. Drink.

  34. Catherine Seabrook

    Disjointed and overpowering with notes of pepper, tobacco and cough syrup. Long finish with a strong heat.

  35. Leon Keith

    “Too sweet and fruity. Similar to Austin Hope.”

  36. Patricia Ramirez

    Delicious wine with sweet vanilla, caramel, and clove aromas, full-body, and a smooth silky finish. Love it!

  37. Lisa Coker

    Vanilla, caramel, and clove aromas. Full-bodied and refreshing. Silky smooth finish. Love it.

  38. Ronnie Jackson

    Fantastic $20 California red wine. Juicy, jammy and delicious. Great value for money. Austin Hope is better, but twice the price.

  39. Andrew Cagle

    Excellent value at $20. Juicy, jammy, and delicious. Perfect for casual sipping. Austin Hope is superior but at double the price.

  40. Diane Hilton

    Treana’s 2019 Paso Robles Cab is a full-bodied, seamlessly alcoholic wine with flavors of dark bramble fruits, black cherries, mulling spices, licorice and bittersweet chocolate. The tannins are fine-grained, making for a silky finish. Enjoy it now-2030.

  41. Lawrence Easter

    Smooth with dark fruits, vanilla and chocolate notes. Medium tannins and a touch of spice. Similar to Rutherford wine.

  42. Jutta Comeaux

    Affordable, delicious Paso Cab with strong oak flavor, reminiscent of Caymus.

  43. Rafael Mason

    Excellent value for money – highly recommended.

  44. Gregory Widmer

    Chemical, jammy, sweet with vanilla and cola finish. Lingering strange flavor. No improvement on day 2.

  45. Edward Lajara

    Great balance of alcohol, acid, tannins & flavors (blackberry, blueberry, licorice, leather, vanilla, green pepper). Medium plus finish & good intensity/complexity.

  46. Robert Ewing

    Dark and fruity with a bold taste, this wine has medium tannins and finishes dry with hints of oak and earthiness.

  47. Rita Coto

    Excellent in all aspects.

  48. Raymond Wall

    Great with grilled ribeye. Blackberry, leather, and oak.

  49. Virgilio Taylor

    Great wine, highly recommended.

  50. John Plagmann

    Fruit forward and sweet-tasting, lacking elegance and refinement. Typical of a lower level Paso cab. 80 points.

  51. Michael Wash

    Fruit forward and almost sweet taste, lacked elegance and refinement. Typical of a lower level Paso cab. 80 points.

  52. Patrick Cook

    I was trying to give it a 91, but the slider was fighting with me. , No decanting or air for this tasting. Open, pour, drink, repeat. , Cranberry and damp sponge on the nose., Black licorice and new wetsuit baked with deep stone fruit preserves in a well aged cast iron pan. Graceful transition into glue sticks and wildflower fields. , Total crowd pleaser, great for rookies and snooty old smarties. , “We’re all just the same now you snooty old smarties, and now we can go to your frankfurter parties” -Dr. Seuss

  53. Eddie Bray

    Smooth, tasty wine with a beautiful purple color. Great value, but be warned – the bottle will be empty before you know it.

  54. Ida Mcaninch

    J is slightly better due to a 2-year difference, but this wine is still excellent – sweeter and fuller-bodied than Justin.

  55. Gladys Rooney

    Perfect with Indian cuisine.

  56. Henry Quayle

    Good, but not overly complex with a short finish. Requires aging for improvement.

  57. Angela Brandt

    Balanced taste from start to finish.

  58. Hector Stone

    Cabernet Sauvignon with sweet, lush aromas of dark berries, cassis, and spices. Full-bodied and concentrated with chocolatey oak flavours and fresh acidity. Dry finish with touches of coffee. A must-try for chocolate lovers.

  59. Donovan Polk

    Always delivers for me, exceptional value at $25. Baby Caymus, and honestly I find it better than Caymus. Dark fruit dominant, with some milder red fruits in there, chocolate, mild oak, graphite. Crowd pleaser, buy a case and open for friends with confidence!

  60. Russell Cabrera

    Decant before drinking. Requires more time.

  61. Paul Jameson

    Not a personal favorite from Austin Hope, even after allowing it to breathe.

  62. Chong Swaim

    Balanced sips of black licorice. Needs a long decant.

  63. Frederick Doyle

    Balanced sips of black licorice. Needs a long decant.

  64. Miriam Summers

    Velvety with long finish.

  65. Lavern Mcconnell

    Excellent everyday Cabernet.

  66. Allen Abercrombie

    Good value, slightly sweet, lacks complexity.

  67. Lillie Baney

    “Unbalanced. Sweet vanilla scent. Residual sugar. Halfway to port.”

  68. Charlene Cureton

    Deep red color and decent legs Plum and woodsy on the nose, hibiscus and blackberry on the palate. Very well structure with acidic and long finish.

  69. Melissa Keenan

    Well-structured wine with deep red color, plum, woodsy, hibiscus, and blackberry notes. Long acidic finish.

  70. Daniel Whitley

    Plush yet balanced with excellent value.

  71. Frederick Canales

    Fruit-forward Paso Robles red with vanilla and dark fruit notes. Medium-full bodied, with fine but somewhat rough tannins. Decent quality-price ratio at $25.

  72. James Koons

    Enjoyed this wine despite not being an expert taster.

  73. Robert Clark

    Review: Good nose, tastes good with oak, fruit, and sugar. Drink directly after opening. Taste changes after 2 hours due to oxidation. Too much of everything without refinement. Would drink again but won’t buy.

  74. Betty Fowler

    Costco buy. Red/black fruit on nose with vanilla/oak & mint undertones. Sweet fruit & acidity balanced. Palate: sweet cherry/black cherry fruit & vanilla. Medium body, acidity & tannins with long finish. Good with steak. Enjoyed. 91+/-

  75. Doris Pearson

    Sweet dessert wine, not as advertised. Paid $23, worth $13 now.

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What does Treana Cabernet Sauvignon 2021 taste like?


leather, earthy, mushroom

cherry, raspberry, red fruit

oak, tobacco, vanilla

apple, peach, stone fruit

blackberry, plum, dark fruit

pepper, licorice, cinnamon

citrus, lemon, grapefruit

cheese, cream, oil

tomato, grass, asparagus

raisin, fig, prune

tropical, papaya, lychee

violet, lavender, perfume

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Cabernet Sauvignon is a red grape varietal that is widely regarded as one of the world's most popular and highly valued wine grapes. This grape is grown in many regions around the world, including France, the United States, Australia, Chile, and Argentina. The wine made from this grape is known for its intense flavor, high tannin content, and longevity. Cabernet Sauvignon is a hybrid grape, the result of a cross between Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc, which are both native to the Bordeaux region of France. The grape is known for its thick skin, which helps it to withstand harsh weather conditions, and its small berries, which contribute to its concentrated flavor. Cabernet Sauvignon grapes are typically harvested in the late fall, when the grapes have reached their optimal... Read More

Winemaker of Treana Cabernet Sauvignon 2021

Austin Hope

In 1978, Austin Hope came to Paso Robles with his family, when his parents bought a ranch and planted both vineyards and apple orchards. Attempting to punish the rebellious youngster, his father, Chuck Hope put him to work in the vineyards. Much to his father’s surprise, at just eight-years-old, Austin took to the work immediately. Austin studied Fruit Science at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, while Chuck Hope and Austin’s uncle Paul were laying the groundwork for Treana Winery. When Paul passed away in 1996, Chuck Hope turned to his son to lead the family business. The bold and brash 23 year old jumped in ready to make his mark on the business. Working alongside then winemaker Chris Phelps, Austin quickly learned the ropes began producing a $30 red table wine from Paso Robles, which at... Read More
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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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