Patrimony Estate
“ As I’ve said in the past, these wines compete with the best of Napa Valley and are some of the leading Bordeaux blends from Paso Robles.”

2017 PATRIMONY Cabernet Sauvignon
Rating: 99

"Deep purple-colored, the tiny production 2017 Patrimony Cabernet Sauvignon is 100% Cabernet Sauvignon that spent 30 months in new French. This rocking wine has a huge nose of deep black fruits, new leather, unsmoked tobacco, exotic spices, and chocolate. Full-bodied and stunningly concentrated, with awesome tannins, a stacked mid-palate, and just a gorgeous finish, it's a magical wine and an incredible 2017. Bravo!"

JEB DUNNUCK, JEB DUNNUCK'S WINE MAGAZINE


2017 PATRIMONY Cabernet Sauvignon
Rating: 96-98+

"The wine bursts from the glass with a beautifully pure bouquet of black plums, cherries and cassis, complemented by notes of candied violets, walnuts and dark chocolate. On the palate, it's full-bodied, ineffably complete and multidimensional, with bottomless depth at the core, its rich structuring tannins entirely cloaked in bright, succulent fruit. Lavish on the attack, the mid-palate and finish are tense and focused. This is a fabulous Cabernet Sauvignon from Paso Robles."

WILLIAM KELLEY, ROBERT PARKER’S WINE ADVOCATE


2018 PATRIMONY Caves des Lions
Rating: 97-100

"The 2018 Cave des Lions is a barrel sample of about 60% Cabernet Sauvignon and 40% Cabernet Franc, aging in 100% new French oak. It comes from fruit that grows in front of the Daou family home. Opaque purple-black in color, it has the most singular nose loaded with kaleidoscopic aromas: cigar ash, English breakfast tea, rooibos, hibiscus, iron, crushed stone, blackcurrant jam, blackberry pie, vanilla bean, Morello cherries, chocolate box and cigar box. I’ve never smelled anything like this—it's like staring into a well of archetypal Cabernet Sauvignon. Medium to full-bodied, the satiny palate spreads its glorious flavor wings, with unbelievable melting tannins and seamless freshness, finishing very long and very layered. This is unreal!"

Erin Brooks, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate