Lazy Bones Paso Robles Cabernet Franc 2020

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Lazy Bones Paso Robles Cabernet Franc 2020
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The Lazy Bones Paso Robles Cabernet Franc 2020 is a $6.99 Trader Joe’s exclusive. It has been $6.99 for years we first reviewed the 2013 vintage, here s a link. This Red was produced by the Central Coast Wine Warehouse back then.

Lazy Bones Paso Robles Cabernet Franc 2020

Today the producer on the back label is Miller Family Wine Company. It isn’t that much of a change Miller Family wine owns the Central Coast Wine Warehouse. They have been farming in California since 1871 and have had vineyards in Paso Robles since 1971. They own some of the best vineyards in the Central Coast AVA.

Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc are the parents of Cabernet Sauvignon. Cabernet Franc is one of the approved grapes for the Red Bordeaux blend of France. Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot are the two main grapes with Cabernet Franc the 3rd most used grape. Cab Franc is also known as Chinon in the Loire Valley of France.

The Lazy Bones Paso Robles Cabernet Franc 2020 sells for $12 to $14 in places where Trader Joe’s cannot sell wine. So if you think $6.99 is too cheap for a bottle of wine you can always pay more for the same wine.

There is no technical information available for the Lazy Bones Paso Robles Cabernet Franc 2020, but it has always had an interesting label. It is a black and white drawing of a nude laying on a pillow-strewn bed. Very artsy for a seven-dollar wine. The alcohol content is 14.4%.

The Lazy Bones Paso Robles Cabernet Franc 2020 Tasting Notes

The color is bright cherry red with black highlights. The nose is ripe blackberry, light herbs, soft spice, a little chocolate powder, sour cherry, and a savory note. The Lazy Bones Paso Robles Cabernet Franc 2020 has a nice firm mouthfeel and a mix of fruit-forward and tart flavors.

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This Cabernet Franc tastes like extracted blackberry, licorice, black pepper, and ripe plum. The mid-palate shows dark spice, tart cranberry, slightly rough-edged herbs, and dried strawberry bits. The tannins are in the mix but do not bite and the acidity allows the flavors to fully roll out.

The Summary

  • The Lazy Bones Paso Robles Cabernet Franc 2020 tastes more expensive than its selling price.
  • This is a very solid wine, you do not get many Cabernet Franc wines in the value-priced wine category. The Lazy Bones Paso Robles Cabernet Franc 2020 is a excelent example.

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