fine Wine Source Wine Club

March 2017
Pash Wines: Debuting in Michigan in the summer of 2014, Pash Cabernet Sauvignon is produced by Pash Wines of Napa and distributed by US Wines Imports of Ann Arbor. Pash is an Australian slang term for tongue kiss; similarly, the wine is succulent and indulgent like a passionate kiss. They specialize in in Cabernet Sauvignon, carefully sourced and blended from progressive growers across California, but predominantly sourced from Paso Robles and Sonoma County. Unfortunately that is about all we know about this enigmatic producer.
About: Since we don’t have much to tell you about this Cabernet and its producer, let it suffice to say that we still found it amazingly delicious enough to present to you. In lieu of the description for the wine we have opted to share a list of perfect pairings for Cabernet Sauvignon :
• Beef, especially grilled, roasted or stewed
• Braised dishes like braised lamb or venison
• Cheese, especially aromatic ones like Roquefort, Blue and Camembert varietals
• Filet mignon
• Foie gras and truffles
• Roasted eggplant
• Game and game birds
• Lamb, especially roasted or rack of lamb
• Lentils
• Mint
• Mustard
• Osso Bucco
• Black pepper
• Potatoes
• Korean-style beef
• Many dishes featuring the flavors of onions and mushrooms
• Risotto
• Pasta dishes, especially with cream sauces
• Rosemary
• Steak
• Thyme
• Short ribs

Varietals: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon

Alcohol: 14.5%
Tasting Notes: Succulent, luscious, indulgent, bold and deep are good descriptors for this Cabernet Sauvignon, kind of like a deep kiss…
Jim Lutfy’s Thoughts: Rich and opulent with flavors of cherry and blackberries. Best served with grilled meats!

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