Monday, April 29, 2013

Bridlewood Estate Winery Review

The Bridlewood Estate Winery is located in the Central Coast of California.  I was really intrigued when I found out that this winery used to be the home to an Arabian horse farm.  Bridlewood Estate Winery is known for it's wines that are often called complex.  David Hopkins is the winemaker at the Bridlewood Estate.  The grapes he uses come from a variety of regions.  

The Bridlewood Estate has a Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 new release.  This comes from the Paso Robles region.  That around the San Louis Obispo area.  This is an wonderful bottle of red wine.  It is smooth.  I allowed it to breath for about 30 minutes before drinking and it was excellent!  The grapes that go into making this wine are hand selected.  The wine has a touch of Merlot and Petit Sirah in it too.  I love the boldness of this wine.  It does have a hint of fruitiness to it too.  This bottle retails for about $15.

The Bridlewood Estate has a Blend 175 new release too.  This is a wine that comes from the Central Coast.  This means that the grapes come from a variety of different regions.  This has created a superb wine that is amazing.  It blends Syrah, Cabernet Sauvigon, Petite Syrah, and Viognier.  This is a smooth red wine that has a wonderful flavor.  It's great paired with cheeses, red meats and much more.  It is a wine that is easy to drink too.  This bottle also retails for about $15.  

You can learn more about the Bridlewood Estate Winery by visiting their website too!  

Disclosure - I received a free sample to facilitate my review.  No monetary compensation was provided.  All opinions are completely my own.  My participation is voluntary.   I am disclosing in accordance with FTC 16 CFR Part 255.  

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