This fruit forward Cabernet has rich flavors of black cherry, currant, and raspberry followed by a hint of vanilla and white pepper. With light tannins and a smooth finish this Cabernet lingers just enough to make you want another sip. This Cabernet Sauvignon pairs well with marinated grilled tri-tip or chicken. Pastas served in a light cream sauce or red sauce will accompany the wine nicely. Desserts to consider are cheesecakes or tiramisu.
|In 1792, near the Estrella River, members of the Mission San Miguel cultivated one California’s first vineyards. Two hundred years later, Estrella River Winery has reawakened interest in the historically significant vineyards of the Central Coast region. Climate-moderated by ocean breezes, rich soil and winter freezes combine to nurture the premium varietal grapes used in Estrella River’s exceptional wines. Estrella Winery Roots: From 1973 to 1977, Gary Eberle and Cliff Giacobine planted 700 acres, including the first modern commercial acreage of Syrah in the state, and established Estrella River Winery, the largest winery in the area; subsequently purchased in 1988 by Nestle/Beringer and later purchased by Bronco Wine Company, Ceres, CA in the early 1990’s.
Estrella means “STAR” in the Spanish language, and that is what we have in the bottle-a winner. Proprietor’s Reserve is a term that our winemaker uses for the Estrella brand which consists of the traditional varietals, such as, P.R. Chardonnay, P.R. Merlot, P.R. Cabernet Sauvignon, P.R. Zinfandel, P.R. Sauvignon Blanc, P.R. White Zinfandel. Also available are the generic blends-P.R. Red and P.R. White. These wines are affordable to consume every day, available in both 750ml and 1.5L sizes.
Estrella River Winery’s viticultural and winemaking techniques have become models for others to emulate, enhancing the winery’s reputation for consistent excellence in affordably priced California premium wines. Today, we source California-grown grapes from Sacramento County to Kern County, using state of the art wine harvesting and winemaking techniques to keep our wines consistent year after year and value priced for everyday consumption.