Posts Tagged Austin Hope

NV Troublemaker by Austin Hope, Central Coast

Virtually every wine has a potential audience, and so it is with this blend of Syrah (54%), Grenache (27%), Mourvedre (12%) and Zinfandel (11%). Think of it as a Rhone-inspired blend with a California twist, and a unique aroma — like a graham... Read more

2012 Treana White Wine, Central Coast

Produced by Hope Family Wines. A 50/50 blend of white Rhone varietals Marsanne and Viognier. Clear, brilliant yellow color with glints of bronze. Ooh! What a nose -- full of ripe peach, mandarin orange, banana, and papaya, with a perfume of... Read more

2010 Austin Hope Syrah, Paso Robles

Opaque black/purple color. Perfumed aromas of black and blue berry fruit, with hints of herbs and spice. There’s a lighter, more delicate mouthfeel than one might expect, finishing with notes of chocolate and earth. MSRP: $42 (August 2012) Wine... Read more

2010 Austin Hope Grenache, Paso Robles

Transparent ruby color. Light aromas and flavors of flowers, strawberry and briary raspberry, with a note of brown sugar. Some dusty tannins dry it out a bit at the back. MSRP: $42 (August 2012) Wine Lines rating:... Read more

August 9: Hope for Paso Robles

By Glen Frederiksen Once again, the Central coast wine trails directed me back up to the Paso Robles region. Driving a couple of miles west of the 101 Freeway on Highway 46, I came to Hope Family Wines. The Hope family settled in Paso... Read more