The first vineyard in Paso Robles was planted in 1797 – blazing a new trail for the Western territory. Today we craft our bourbon barrel-aged wines with that same pioneering spirit.

Our Wines

  • Port bottle labeled as 1797 with a cream label. The brand name 1797 is in red. There's a drawing of 3 barrels in the middle with western inspired decorative edging around it. The wine is labeled a Bourbon Barrel aged Cabernet Sauvignon 2019 from Paso Robles and signed by winemaker Adam LaZarre.Bourbon Barrel Aged Cabernet
    Port bottle labeled as 1797 with a cream label. The brand name 1797 is in red. There's a drawing of 3 barrels in the middle with western inspired decorative edging around it. The wine is labeled a Bourbon Barrel aged Cabernet Sauvignon 2019 from Paso Robles and signed by winemaker Adam LaZarre.
    Tasting Notes:

    A rich, distinct Cabernet Sauvignon with complex notes of blackberry, coffee, nutmeg, and caramel.

    Region:

    Paso Robles

    Vintage:

    2019

    Winemaking:

    This wine spent 18 month in almost 40% new French and American oak, with a portion of it being finished in Blackletter Bourbon barrels for 6 months.