2010 Malbec $36./ $432
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2007 Fremere, Paso Robles $38.00/ $456
14.5% alc, 200 cases produced
45% Petit Verdot, 32% Cabernet Sauvignon, 23% Cabernet Franc
Our Fremere is a Bordeaux style blend, produced in honor of Maureen’s grandmother’s maiden name. This year’s blend is slightly different, focusing more heavily on Petit Verdot, another one of my favorite varietals. Dark and extracted with supple tannins, makes this a great food wine that will age nicely, yet ready to drink right now. The color of the 2007 Fremere is dark ruby almost purple/black when the glass is half full (which your glass will always be with this most amazing wine). When swirling the Fremere a beautiful combination of violets, tobacco, black fruit (black currant, cherry), cedar, cigar box and a kiss of vanilla fill the room. This wine has such beautifully integrated fruit--black currant, both red and black cherries, boysenberries, and minerals (feldspars) are surrounded very firm tannins. 45 seconds later this wine’s finish is still present with red fruit and spice. Unbelievably balanced, the acid is in perfect harmony with the rest of the fruit.

2007 Gioi, Paso Robles $30.00/ $360
15.9% alc, 180 cases produced

2007 Enzo, Paso Robles $36/ $432
16.2% alc, 200 cases produced
54% Sangiovese, 40% Lagrein, 6% Petit Verdot

The color of this wine is a perfect garnet red. When swirling the wine in your glass, sweet smelling waves of blackberries and cassis are followed by earthy, tobacco tones with a hint of semi-sweet chocolate. Tasting the wine confirms the wines' aromas as ripe plush flavors of blackberries and black cherries are up front, while the mid palate is taken over by the notes of tobacco, cedar and minerals (graphite). As one can expect (with Lagrein leading the way)the wine is full of firm tannins, which will lend itself to a wonderful aging potential.

2005 Easy Ed Red, 50%Cabernet Sauvignon, 50%Syrah, Paso Robles $20/ $240
Easy Ed Red was named after Shannon O'Neill's father Ed O'Neill. The painting on the label was made in the late 1950's by Shannon's great uncle from Gioi, Italy, Vincenzo Infante. Visit the tasting room and Shannon will tell you how Easy Ed got his nick name. A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah, this wine is an easy drinking dinner wine that pairs very well with food. Big extracted fruit flavors consisting of blueberry and cherry open up with chewy toasted oak and a fine grain tannin finnish.
14.3% alc, 210 cases produced

2005 Essere Grato, Paso Robles $36/ $432
45% Aglianico, 45% Sangiovese, 10% Syrah
Essere Grato in Italian means Be Thankful or Be Grateful, and that is how we all feel at Maloy O’Neill. This is a brand new Italian blend in the Maloy O’Neill portfolio. In 2005 French Camp Vineyards in Shandon had just one and a half tons of Aglianico in their vineyard and asked if I would like to try it. Being the experimenter that I am, how could I say no? Aglianico is a very rare varietal in California with only a few acres planted throughout the state. It originated from Central Italy and is similar to Zinfandel in its flavor and profile. Aglianico has big fruity berries with thin skins and a mineral tannin structure. The 2005 Essere Grato is another style of Italian Super Tuscan. Aglianico and Sangiovese give this wine cherry, pomegranate and raspberry flavors and the Syrah gives it a more jammy profile adding some structure and ageability to the blend. This is a great appetizer wine but can also hold up to turkey, chicken and meat dishes. We expect this to be a natural choice for our Thanksgiving table. Enjoy this new wine and Essere Grato, “Be Thankful.”
13.9% alc, 200 cases produced. 

2005 Fremere, Paso Robles $30/ $360
14.8% alc, 170 cases produced
54% Cabernet Sauvignon, 24% Merlot, 12% Petite Sirah, 10% Malbec
Our Bordeaux-style wine is named after the Fremere family (actually spelled Pfremmer or Pfrimmer), Maureen's maternal great grandmother's family line who immigrated to America from Alsace France in the early 1700s. Later as a pioneer family they came west via the Oregon Trail and settled in Idaho and raised livestock, fowl, nuts and even possibly grapes on their family farm for generations. The bigness of the Cab comes through in this wine with dark stone fruit flavors, currant, espresso and the mouth feel of a Cab. The upfront entry gives way to nuances of cigar box, truffles, cinnamon and cloves.

2005 Infante, Paso Robles $26/ $312
15.0% alc, 180 cases produced
25% Sangiovese, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Lagrein, 25% Syrah
This Super Tuscan style blend is dark cherry in color and opens with strawberry jam, black cherry and vanilla on the nose. The palate is composed of tart red currant with good acidity and brightness and integrated tannins. Juicy plum, mocha, and violets follow with hints of leather, green tea, tobacco and pencil lead. It carries on with black pepper, clove and a salty flip at the end that allows it to pair so famously with food.

2005 Lexicon, Paso Robles $26/ $312
14.9% alc, 330 cases
43% Cabernet Sauvignon, 22% Pinot Noir, 14% Syrah, 14% Sangiovese, 7% Lagrein
One of our most popular wines year after year, this is a very eclectic, non-traditional combination. With a complex flavor profile of black cherry and raspberry dominate with subtle nuances of cedar, vanilla, and toasted oak. Smooth fine grain tannins finesse their way into a lingering finish.

2005 Malbec, Paso Robles $45/ $540
14.2% alc, 180 cases produced
This 100% Malbec has deep concentrated flavors of raspberry, blackberry, and cherry, a little black pepper, and a vanilla and cedar box finish. There is no doubt that this wine will age well with its concentrated fruit, nice phenolic makeup and chewy, yet very manageable, tannin structure.

2004 Fremere $45/ $540
57% Cabernet Sauvignon, 28% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc, Paso Robles
Our Bordeaux–style blend , is 57% Cabernet Sauvignon, 28% Merlot, 15% Cab Franc. A classic ruby red with fruity flavors and a dry finish. There are rich flavors of cassis and tart cherries against a backdrop of toasted oak on the finish. There is significant structure but more than enough fruit to balance it out. The finish is long and dry yet very balanced. This wine is perfect for dinner. We suggest beef or lamb. 14.8% alc, 170 cases

2004 Lexicon $45/ $540
Maloy O’Neill’s most popular wine year after year is almost sold out! Wine club members will have the opportunity to snatch this wine up at an extra discount before it is all gone. What started out as the last five barrels in the winery back in 2001 has now become one of our top sellers. When I finally burned out at the end of the season, there were five barrels left in the winery of all different varietals. Instead of separating them all as I normally do, I just blended them all together and Lexicon was born. The first year sold out in less than 60 days and the wine has been very popular within the Maloy O’Neill lineup. I call this my All-American blend because it always consists of the the entire spectrum of varieties from barrels left at the end of the year, like the American melting pot. The blend is different every year but always comes out great. This year's blend is where Bordeaux meets the Rhone in a beautiful marriage of flavors. Dark intense fruit with complex flavors make this a versatile wine. It can be served with appetizers or hold up to your heartiest entrées. With 326 cases produced , this wine has lasted a little longer than some of my other smaller lots, but don’t wait too long to get what you want from this unique blend. 42% Cabernet Sauvignon, 18% Cabernet Franc, 14% Merlot, 14% Petite Sirah, 12% Syrah
15.7 alc, 320 cases

2004 Malbec, Paso Robles 85%Malbec, 10%Cabernet Sauvignon, 5%Merlot $60.00/ $720
Limit 2 bottles per order
This is a reverse Bordeaux blend with 85% Malbec, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 5% Merlot. The Malbec from O'Neill Vineyards produces a wine as dark as a Petite Sirah but with a smooth Merlot like mid palate. This wine has big fruit up front with smooth refined tannins. Aged in two year old French oak, the 2004 Malbec also displays overtones of vanilla and spice. A great drink now dinner wine that will age very nicely.
15% alc 140 cases produced.

2004 Infante, O'Neill Vineyards, 54% Zinfandel, 22% Sangiovese, $26/ $312
22% Petite Sirah, 2% Syrah, Paso Robles
15.2% alc, 210 cases produced

2003 Gioi $45./ $540
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2003 Enzo, 60% Lagrein, 20% Sangiovese, 20% Merlot $50/ $600
Paso Robles
15.2% alc, 120 cases produced

2002 Cabernet Sauvignon/Syrah, Paso Robles, O'Neill Vineyards $25/ $300
(Library Wine, Limit 2 Bottles per Order)
This Inky blend of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon and 50% Syrah is dark and concentrated. Plush berries and plums up front open up to complex flavors of leather, tobacco, chocolate., and coffee. Firmly structured dusty lip smacking tannins coat your mouth in the long sweet cigar box finish. This wine will hold up for years to come so dont be afraid to lay this one down for a few years.
14.5% alc, only 120 cases produced

2002 Fremere $45./ $540
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2002 Gioi, Paso Robles $45/ $540
(Library Wine, Limit 2 bottles per order) 65% Sangiovese, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot
Maloy O'Neill's California/Italian Super Tuscan blend "Gioi" is a true masterpiece! Get yours before it is sold out!
Production: 120 cases 14.2% alc

2001 Gioi, Paso Robles $45/ $540
(Library Wine, Limit 2 Bottles per Order) 60% Sangiovese, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot, 5% Zinfandel
Maloy O'Neill's California/Italian Super Tuscan Blend "Gioi" is a true masterpiece! After three years of trying, we have finally got it! Forget about tart, flabby Sangiovese, because this wine is Huge, without sacrificing the Sangiovese varietal character. Intense cherry, raspberry aromas combined with super fruity, spicy, and jammy flavors were well integrated into a 50%French and 50% American oak aging program.
Production: 120 cases. 14.9% alc

2001 Lexicon $45./ $540
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