Happy Canyon 2006 Barrack “Ten-Goal”

Crafted from fruit grown on Santa Barbara County’s Piocho Ranch, this rich, multidimensional blend consists of 90 percent Cabernet Sauvignon, 5 percent Merlot, and 5 percent Cabernet Franc. The Cabernet Franc introduces a fantastic suavity to the flavor profile, which displays a complex medley of mulberry, black cherry, bright spicy oak, and currant rarely found in Bordeaux varietals from the Central Coast.

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