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Edmond August at Paso Underground
1140 Pine Street
Paso Robles, CA 93446
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  • Paso Robles AVA
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  • Wine Maker
    Wine Maker
    Jacob Toft
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  • Outdoor SeatingOutdoor Seating: 12
  • 2011 Anthology Red
    From the weird and wonderful 2011 vintage, this is a Grenache (69%) Syrah (16%) and some Cinsault & Tannat from two westside vineyards new to us, Hearthstone and Cocavin. Bright, forward fruit, in a lighter style. Good with many kinds of meat dishes and cheeses.
  • 2009 Implication Red - Magnum
  • 2010 Indelible Red
    Rich, dark, ripe and intense this wine has been in the bottle for well over two years after being barrel aged for 22 months in a combination of new and neutral french oak barrels.
  • 2009 Indelible Red - Magnum
    See description for 750 ml MAGNUM (1.5 L)
  • 2012 Inference White -- Roussane/Viognier
    From Caliza Vineyard a return to our "normal" blend for Inference. This bright very fruit-forward white is a blend of Roussanne and 24% Viognier from Caliza Vineyard. Excellent when paired with spicy foods, this one was aged in mostly stainless steel and a little neutral french oak. A white wine for people for people who think they don't like white wine.
  • 2012 Ontology
  • 2010 Soft Letters Red
    Intense and muscular, with gutsy tar, tobacco, dark berry and a touch of leather. Ends with firm, loamy tannins. -Wine Spectator. A hit every time we've poured it for people.
  • 2011 Soft Letters Red
    this is lush, ripe with full mineral notes from the Mourvedre and bright strawberry from the Grenache. Aged twelve months in neutral french oak barrels, blended with the blends returned to barrel for an additional four months aging. Enjoy now and for at least the next five years,