Brady’s roots are in Texas, where in the early
1980s, he led the modern-day pioneers of a new
Texas wine renaissance. For his outstanding contributions
and leadership, in 1991 he received the “Louis
F. Qualia Award,” the Texas Wine and Grape Growers
Association’s highest honor.
After relocating to the Central Coast of California,
Don realized his dream in developing the acclaimed
Brady Vineyard on a Paso Robles site ideally situated
for world-class viticulture.
This exuberant Cab Franc is a deep scarlet color,
with black cherry and plum aromas layered with
subtle notes of vanilla and cedar. In the mouth,
it shows opulent texture, gentle acidity, and savory
berry flavors, with a hint of velvety oak on the
long and lingering finish.
Pair with the “Vegetable Beef Soup” from our Wines
by Jennifer Cookbook.