Riboli Family Wines has launched Highlands 41, the newest estate-based brand within the Riboli Estates Group division.
Rooted in Paso Robles, this line features three varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Red Blend.
Created by fourth-generation Winemaker Anthony Riboli, Highlands 41 offerings are priced at $13-$15 per 750-ml. bottle. The brand is named after a combination of the historic Highway 41 and the rugged Creston Highlands.
“California cabernet sauvignon is a key varietal in the super-premium segment and is also one of the fastest growing varietals,” says Riboli, “with Paso Robles being one of the fastest growing AVAs, we’re thrilled to introduce this new wine. Highlands 41 is made for those who embrace the thrill of breaking out and being independent.”
Each bottle of Highlands 41 is grown from sustainably farmed estate vineyards in Paso Robles and Monterey and produced, at the Riboli Family sustainably certified winery.
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Author: Kyle Swartz