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Big Red Monster – Cabernet Sauvignon

United States
California
Wine
Red

The Facts

Origins United States > California > Paso Robles

Appellation Paso Robles

Varietal Cabernet Sauvignon

Cepage 76% Cabernet Sauvignon, 14% Petit Verdot, 10% Petite Sirah

Winemaking All of the fruit was gently de stemmed and crushed, then inoculated. Each fermentation was pumped-over twice daily.

Alcohol Content 15.0 %

Production 5,400

Serendipity Markets California, Texas

The Character

Overall Frighteningly big & powerful

Mouthfeel Intensely lush & full

Aromas Jammy red & black fruits prevail with rich chocolate & spice notes

Awards 91 Wilfred Wong - Wine.com

The Story

Every good story needs a hero, a villain... and a monster. is savage beast hails from Paso Robles, California’s real wine county. Clocking in at 15% abv, rugged Paso possesses the largest diurnal temperature difference of all California wine-growing regions. Days can reach over 100 degrees and nights can be in the low 30s. Extreme heat forges fruit with dark, bold, monstrously brooding flavors and freezing nights retain a juicy, racing acidity. Slay it.

LABEL ART: Saint George slaying the dragon (Antonio Tempesta etching, 1565)

BOX ART: Each panel shows a different hero fighting monsters. Hercules, Apollo, Jason, and Saint George

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Brand Story

Every good story needs a hero, a villain... and a monster. Big Red Monster is savage beast hails from Paso Robles, California’s real wine county. Clocking in at 15% abv, rugged Paso possesses the largest diurnal temperature difference of all California wine-growing regions. Days can reach over 100 degrees and nights can be in the low 30s. Extreme heat forges fruit with dark, bold, monstrously brooding flavors and freezing nights retain a juicy, racing acidity. Slay it.


Brand Story

Every good story needs a hero, a villain... and a monster. Big Red Monster is savage beast hails from Paso Robles, California’s real wine county. Clocking in at 15% abv, rugged Paso possesses the largest diurnal temperature difference of all California wine-growing regions. Days can reach over 100 degrees and nights can be in the low 30s. Extreme heat forges fruit with dark, bold, monstrously brooding flavors and freezing nights retain a juicy, racing acidity. Slay it.

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