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Law Estate Wines
3885 Peachy Canyon Road
Paso Robles, CA 93446
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  • 2011 Audacious
    Opening with fragrant notes of red berries, toasted sage and mocha. It’s juicy up front, then gets serious in the midpalate, with tobacco and wild game. Seductively creamy mocha-laced oak wraps around a dense, chewy core of espresso, dried berry, licorice and tobacco. Long and tannic on the finish.
  • 2012 Audacious
    It offers sensational purity and depth in its cassis, blackberry, graphite, dried earth and dried herbs aromas and flavors. Vibrant blackberry, cherry-vanilla and potpourri scents are complicated by candied licorice and smoky minerals. Pliant, palate-staining dark berry preserve and floral pastille flavors show excellent clarity, with an exotic Asian spice flourish providing lift. Aromas of currant and dark Asian spice combine with firm but rich flavors of blackberry, smoky sage and peppered beef.
  • 2010 Audacious
    Audacious is a rich, voluptuously textured effort that’s loaded with fruit, chocolate, big minerality and toasted spice as well a full-bodied richness and a surprisingly approachable, silky palate. Offers a rich core of dark berry, mocha, espresso and cedar flavors, holding focus through the long finish. Highly aromatic scents of blackberry, cherry-cola, pipe tobacco and potpourri. Supple, gently sweet and seamless, offering dark berry and bitter cherry flavors and a hint of candied rose. Closes on a floral note, with strong punch and lingering spiciness.
  • 2013 Audacious
    The nose depicts dark chocolate and eucalyptus that hover over a dense layer of cassis and freshly picked black currants. Dark primary fruits of blackberry and blueberry mingle with a bright acidic freshness and fine tannins across the palate. Aged for 22 months on its lees in 60% new French oak, Audacious has a keen integration of structure and begs to be opened now or over the next 15-20 years in its primed position of a continual evolution in bottle.
  • 2013 Beguiling
    Fermented in concrete tanks and aged 19 months in larger French oak puncheons, there's roughly 700 cases of this blockbuster and it offers incredible notes of kirsch, sandalwood, dried herbs and spices in a full-bodied, gorgeously textured, concentrated, layered package. The tannin shows on the finish, and this beauty deserve 3-4 years of cellaring and will drink nicely through 2028
  • 2011 Beguiling
    Very tight, rich and layered, with a core of dense dark berry, mocha, crushed rock and cedary oak. The flavors fold together well and linger on the finish, where the tannins hold them in place. Also awesome, the Grenache dominated 2011 Beguiling (which incorporates Syrah) is pure, elegant and layered, with drop-dead gorgeous notes of black raspberry, licorice, ground pepper, chalk and creamy licorice.
  • 2012 Beguiling
    Notes of roasted coffee and lightly smoked meats draw you in from the start and are followed by flavors of dried red fruits, black cherry, star anise and slow churned mocha ice cream on the palate. We opted for about 30% stem inclusion to create the creamy texture and soft tannic structure which makes this wine not only very approachable, but also be able to age gracefully over the next eight years.
  • 2010 Beguiling
    2010 Beguiling offers up beautiful Grenache typicity with loads of strawberry, black raspberry, licorice, spice and underbrush aromas all emerging from the glass. Pure, firm and rich, offering a wide range of dark berry, mocha, cedar, crushed rock and loamy earth flavors, with a gripping edge to the tannins, finishing with a full-bodied aftertaste.
  • 2013 Beyond Category
    The nose is exhilarating with black currant notes on the pedestal of a gorgeous floral lift. Beyond Category projects a blackberry and cranberry-like freshness accompanied by a slight toast or smoke aroma. Sage, licorice, and baked raspberry are concealed within the complexities of a finish that lingers on the sides of your tongue and a brightness that peaks in one’s cheeks. Possessing a strong and bold tannin structure, this wine will undoubtedly age well over the next 7-10 years
  • 2012 Beyond Category
    Vivid purple. Powerful aromas of cherry compote, blackberry, licorice and candied violet, with a peppery element adding vivacity. Silky, palate-coating black and blue fruit flavors show liqueur-like depth and are given spine by a bright mineral quality. Aromas of blackberry, tar and smoked meat lead to dense, tight flavors of currant, black licorice and grilled herb.
  • 2013 First Tracks
    From the moment the vivid bouquet of blackberries, brooding red currant, rhubarb and new leather ignite your senses, you become awestruck with the contents in your glass.
  • 2012 First Tracks
    Aged 18 months in 60% new French oak, it’s full- bodied, ripe and seamless, with a fresh and lively feel to its blackberry, blueberry, dried earth, graphite and cedar aromas and flavors. Dark purple. An exotically perfumed bouquet evokes ripe black and blue fruits, lavender, sandalwood and smoky Indian spices. At once rich and energetic, offering palate-staining cassis and boysenberry flavors lifted by juicy acidity and a hint of white pepper. Aromas of wild berry and star anise open to complex, plush layers of mocha, black raspberry, licorice and pepper.
  • 2013 Intrepid
    Aromatics of dark berries, finely ground white pepper and cedar cigar-box, pave the way to a profile of explosive black fruit and savory herbs intertwined with coffee and charcuterie. This cerebral wine is smoking now and will continue to excite for the next 15-20 years.
  • 2011 Intrepid
    It's another smoking effort from this that gives up classy framboise, black licorice, chocolatey oak and toasted spice to go with a full-bodied, layered and thrillingly pure profile on the palate. Winemaker Scott Hawley delivers deep and dark aromas of blueberry and mint against a backdrop of bacon fat and barrel smoke. The mouthfeel is rich and lush, with more blueberry plus anise, black licorice and a canvas of minty herbs that also reveal a touch of bitterness. Firm, rich, dense and gutsy, with a muscular mix of tannins and notes of dark berry, loamy earth, crushed rock and savory. Ends with tannic grip.
  • 2010 Intrepid
    Even better and one prodigious Syrah, the 2010 Intrepid (Syrah) dishes out smoking notes of dark crushed berries, spring flower, coffee bean, edgy minerality and hints of chocolate that flow to a full-bodied, layered and multi-dimensional wine that carries its richness and depth effortlessly. Opaque purple. Deeply pitched aromas of dark berry liqueur and cherry-cola, with licorice and Indian spice notes adding complexity. Smooth, palate-coating black and blue fruit flavors show impressive depth, opening slowly to reveal floral and bitter chocolate qualities. Fine-grained tannins build with air and carry through a long, sweet, penetrating finish.
  • 2012 Intrepid
    Displaying a serious intensity of color, this structure driven Syrah is overflowing with intrigue: round and chalky tannins; stunning elegance and balance from the signature brilliance of the Law finish; and astounding length from notes of roasted espresso beans, blueberries, black currants, and toasted spice.
  • 2013 Prima
    It instantly greets you with ripe blackberries, granite-like minerality and a slightly smoky, yet sweet, vanilla-oak influence. Opulent black cherries establish a rich and bold sweetness and texture that will envelop your palate like a wave.
  • 2014 Rosé
    The 2014 Law Rosé is a copper, almost rose gold pink. Our Spanish clone of Mourvèdre flaunts high natural acidity, along with floral notes of hibiscus and rose petal. The Grenache brings tropical aromas of grapefruit and guava, while the Syrah contributes to the minerality on the finish.
  • 2015 Rosé
    The dark salmon pink hue is reflective of the smooth body and structure while embracing a bright acidity. The Grenache contributes notes of wild strawberry, rainier cherries, grapefruit, orange and lemon zest, and peach skin. The small Syrah addition provides subtle nuances of wet stone and jasmine.
  • 2016 Rosé
    Her fragrance of apricot is interwoven with freshly-sliced honeydew, adorned by a floral frame and sweet, tropical papaya.
  • 2012 Sagacious
    Darker fruits, cured meats, herbes de Provence and licorice-laced bouquet. Opaque ruby. Ripe, deeply perfumed aromas of black and blue fruits and candied flowers, with a peppery element adding vibrancy and lift. Bold aromas of black raspberry and fruitcake lead to jammy flavors of cherry, licorice and smoky sage.
  • 2011 Sagacious
    Black raspberry, cassis, white pepper, leather and crushed flowers all emerge from this beauty, and it stays weightless and elegant on the palate, with fantastic purity and freshness.Offers a generous mix of blackberry and cherry flavors, with spice, cedar and fresh earth notes.
  • 2013 Sagacious
    Aging in Foudres and barriques for 22 months lends to the aromas of exotic spice, African violets, and blackberries that provide a rich and decadent feel on the nose. Dark chocolate, creamy cassis and a touch of black Doris plum engulf the palate in a steady yet delicate embrace. Its extended finish is reflective of its ability to evolve over the next 10-15 years in your cellar.
  • 2010 Sagacious
    Intense and complex, offering a potent mix of wild berry, blackberry and raspberry notes, with touches of pepper and spice, ending with a long, persistent finish that echoes the core berry flavors. Glass-staining ruby. A wild, highly perfumed bouquet evokes ripe dark fruits, violet and pipe tobacco, with a smoky overtone. Lush and expansive but lively too, offering sweet blackberry and cassis flavors that pick up a tangy quality with air.
  • 2015 Soph
    Alluring notes of ripe, tropical guava, mandarin blossoms, yellow pear and jasmine are met with honey and candied lemon peel to create a brilliant finish.
  • 2013 The Nines
    Brought up in a combination of 500-liter puncheons and concrete eggs, its ruby color is followed by a rich, powerful, yet elegant Grenache that has textbook notes of kirsch liqueur, blackberries, herbes de Provence, licorice and pepper.
  • 2012 The Nines
    Refined and tightly focused, with vibrant aromas of raspberry, smoky sage and pepper that lead to complex flavors of ripe cherry, licorice and mineral, framed by a beam of lively acidity and tannins. Medium ruby in color, it gives up lots of chalky minerality, dried rose petal, kirsch liqueur and spice-box notes in a medium to full-bodied, polished, elegant and supple package. Bright ruby-red. Hugely aromatic scents of ripe red berries, potpourri and incense, along with a subtle smoky topnote. Juicy and penetrating on the palate, offering vibrant raspberry and floral pastille flavors that deepen with air.
  • 2011 The Nines
    Its inky purple color is followed by thrilling notes of black raspberry, kirsch, licorice and crushed flowers. Deliciously rich, firm, complex and layered, with tiers of dusty dark berry, mocha, raspberry and spicy, toasty oak.