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Hope Family Wines

Hope Family Wines The Hope family has been growing grapes in Paso Robles for over 30 years. Today, as Hope Family Wines, we produce delicious wines under a variety of labels.


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1585 Live Oak Road, Paso Robles, CA, US, 93446 Email:
Phone: 805-238-4112 Web:
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  Liberty School Cabernet Sauvignon
The Cabernet Sauvignon fruit that composes this bottling comes from not only Paso Robles, but from other appellations in California as well. This wine has very engaging aromas of blackberry brambles, layered with dark cherry, chocolate and cassis. On the palate, initial softness amplifies in to a warm, supple firmness.
  Liberty School Chardonnay
We blended fruit from two of the best Chardonnay regions in the state, the Santa Maria Valley and another in Monterey County in the famous Santa Lucia Highlands. There are nuances of Bartlett pear, pineapple and green apples in the nose. The finish is long, balanced and never cloying, due to its healthy acidity
  Liberty School Syrah
Much of the fruit dedicated to this wine comes from our Treana Estate Vineyard. The wine's nose is brimming with aromas of blackberry brambles, smoked meats and currants. On the palate are flavors of ripe dark cherries, black pepper and wild exotic berries. The wine is medium to full-bodied with an intense color.
  Treana Red
Treana Red is a Proprietary blend of predominately Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Syrah. Barrel aged 14 months in French oak, 40% of which is new; this wine shows deep plum color with excellent clarity. The wine is full-bodied, with an abundance of deep, briary, wild black fruits, anise, and leather aromas. The finish is long and warm with undertones of fruit and spice
  Treana White
Treana White is a 34% / 66% blend of Marsanne and Viognier, two white Rhône varietals that thrive in California's Central Coast. All of the fruit is purchased from the Mer Soleil Vineyard in the Santa Lucia Highlands, just south of Monterey Bay. The marriage of these two varietals highlights the tropical notes found in both grapes, and gives the wine a lush, cohesive palate of exciting flavors


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