Every good story needs a hero, a villain... and a monster. This savage beast hails from Paso Robles (California’s real wine county). Clocking in at 15% abv, rugged Paso possesses the largest diurnal temperature difference of all California wine-growing regions. Days can reach over 100 degrees and nights can be in the low 30s. Extreme heat forges fruit with dark, bold, monstrously brooding flavors and freezing nights retain a juicy, racing acidity. Slay It. The Big Red Monster Slay It Cabernet Sauvignon Lot: One is rambunctious and persistent.
This wine displays dramatic black fruit and pencil lead aromas and flavors. Pair it with a thick and rare slice of prime rib.