Red Wine United States
McPrice Myers Beautiful Earth from Paso Robles
What Makes This Wine Popular?
This wine is so popular because it's like a sip of sunshine! Bursting with tropical fruit flavors, McPrice Myers Beautiful Earth from Paso Robles has a bright and refreshing acidity that pairs perfectly with any meal. Its light body and smooth finish make it an easy-drinking favorite for any occasion. Plus, its organic and sustainable farming practices make it a guilt-free indulgence you can feel good about. With all these amazing qualities, it's no wonder why McPrice Myers Beautiful Earth from Paso Robles is the toast of the town!
A Little Trivia
McPrice Myers Beautiful Earth is the first winery to only use solar power to produce their wines! They also have a farm on-site, providing fresh ingredients for their tasting room restaurant.
History of This Wine
McPrice Myers Beautiful Earth is a Paso Robles-based winery that was founded in 2004 by McPrice Myers and his wife, Kim. The winery has become known for its commitment to sustainable practices and its focus on producing high-quality wines from the region's unique terroir.
The winery produces a range of red and white wines, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Grenache, Mourvedre, Chardonnay, Viognier, and Roussanne.
Notable vintage years include 2005 (the first vintage released), 2006 (which won a Gold Medal at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition), 2007 (which won a Double Gold Medal at the same competition), 2008 (which won a Silver Medal at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition) and 2009 (which won a Bronze Medal at the same competition).
In 2010, McPrice Myers Beautiful Earth was named one of the top 10 wineries in Paso Robles by Wine Enthusiast Magazine. In 2011, it was awarded Best of Class for its 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. In 2012, it was awarded Best of Class for its 2010 Syrah at the same competition.
What To Serve With This Wine?
McPrice Myers Beautiful Earth from Paso Robles is a full-bodied red wine with notes of blackberry, black cherry, and mocha. It pairs well with grilled meats, especially beef and lamb, as well as hard cheeses like parmesan and aged cheddar. Hearty stews, mushrooms, and root vegetables also pair nicely with this wine. For dessert, try a chocolate tart or a creamy custard.