Broken Earth Winery Reserve Cabernet 2010 | Perfectly Aged Cab Priced to Enjoy Every Day
Broken Earth Winery Reserve Cabernet 2010 pours a ruby-black core with crimson hints. First, this is a generous, concentrated wine. Adding cassis, warm black plums, cloves, violets, and dried herbs. While all of it kissed with a hint of smoke and structured by perfectly balanced tannins. Most of all, a ton of wine for the price. Drink now – 2024.
So, let us put it simply: This is a wine that could—and should!—cost a lot more than it does. Broken Earth only makes their Reserve Cab in the best vintages. In 2011, for example, the team didn’t bottle one. But 2010 provided them with some of the best grapes anyone could ever ask for from their perch in Paso Robles. And now, Broken Earth Winery Reserve Cabernet 2010 can be had for an incredible $19.99 per bottle. Of course, exclusively right here. That’s the best price in the entire nation. And a far cry from the hundreds that perfectly cellared, decade-old Cab usually runs.
Broken Ranch Estate | Sustainably Farmed
Within the 713 sustainably farmed acres of Broken Ranch’s estate vineyards, there is a single block that was chosen to form the basis of this remarkable wine. Divvying up Block 2B even further, the winemaking team identified individual rows that were Reserve-worthy, which they managed and harvested separately from the others in order to ensure that the final wine was as expressive of their vision as possible.
The result, nearly a decade after all that work began in Block 2B, is one of the most structured, delicious Cabernets we’ve tasted recently. This is a wine that could easily go toe-to-toe with the most famous names of Napa Valley—but at less than $20, it’s priced to become your next every-night red.
Ready to Enjoy
The 2010 Broken Earth Winery Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon is a top-tier wine from a great producer that’s been honing their work since 1973. With this 2010 Reserve, the difficult part—the aging and the waiting for the perfect moment to enjoy—has been done for you. All that’s left to do is pop the cork and marvel at a wine that vastly over-delivers. And to let your friends believe you spent a lot more than you did.