Bridlewood Estate Winery is working to make the Central Coast as one of California’s preeminent winemaking regions; Bridlewood estate was once home to an Arabian horse farm and an equestrian rehabilitation center. The design of the winery pays homage to California’s historic missions, with a Spanish-style bell tower, breezy verandas and a fountain surrounded by a stone courtyard.
Bridlewood Pinot Noir Monterey County enjoys a cool, foggy climate that is ideal for Pinot Noir. Monterey County houses the significant Monterey AVA, which includes nine sub-regions, united by the cooling influence of Monterey Bay. The friendly Bridlewood Monterey County Pinot Noir displays lush floral aromas that extend to the palate and combine with dark fruit flavors of raspberry and dark cherry with hints of caramel and toffee. This wine has a complex structure that is framed by floral and black pepper notes, creating an elegant mouthfeel and lingering finish. SRP $16
Bridlewood Cabernet Sauvignon Paso Robles High daytime temperatures allow for complete ripening, and low night temperatures that create the thickening in the skins producing the aroma and flavor precursors that winemakers the world over search for. The crowd pleasing Bridlewood Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon displays classic Cabernet dark fruit flavors of blackberry and chocolate with unique hints of pomegranates, caramelized sugar and molasses. SRP $15
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