Law Estate Wines Beguiling 2019
|Region||California, Central Coast, Paso Robles|
|Brand||Law Estate Wines|
Beguiling stands front and center as the most elegant and riveting wine, in any lineup, and since its inaugural vintage, 2010. The clear distinction comes from both the terroir of the Law vineyard and a masterful selection of multiple clones and varied vineyard block aspects. Wild berry aromas, with nuances of dried flowers and brûléed blood orange peel, hover over a core of fresh red fruits, savory herbs, and wet stone minerality. The 2019 Beguiling is a textural stunner, where power, balance, and tension are the foundation of a wine that will be ever so enchanting with each passing day, for many years to come.
Blend: 88% Grenache, 12% Syrah
More Grenache-dominated, the 2019 Beguiling is based on 88% Grenache and 12% Syrah. Aged 19 months in a mix of French oak and concrete, it has a terrific perfume of candied strawberries, blackberries, violets, cracked pepper, and new leather. This carries to a full-bodied Grenache with plenty of savory tannins, a seamless, elegant texture, flawless balance, and a great finish.
A blend of 88% Grenache and 12% Syrah matured 19 months in 40% new French oak, the 2019 Beguiling has a pale ruby-purple color and fragrant wild berry aromas, with detailed nuances of earth, dried flowers and Angostura bitters. The palate is equally elegant, with dusty tannins, uplifting acidity and a flourish of spices on the very long finish.
A chewy and juicy red with blackberry and walnut aromas and flavors. Bright acidity. Tangy and fruity. Chalky finish. 88% grenache and 12% syrah. Drink or hold.