- 2004 Fremere, 57% Cabernet Sauvignon, 28% Merlot,15% Cabernet Franc, Paso Robles
- 2004 Malbec, Paso Robles 85%Malbec, 10%Cabenet Sauvignon, 5%Merlot,* Only 3 cases left according to Shannon O'Neil (winemaker)
- Gioi, Paso Robles 60% Sangiovese, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot, 5% Zinfandel. This made me crave spaghetti and meatballs almost immediately. Aged in American oak according to the winemaker. It had that distinctive caramel nose of most American oak aged wines. I love American oak with italian varietals. Yum!
- 2005 Easy Ed Red, 50%Cabernet Sauvignon, 50%Syrah, Paso Robles for the price point ($20 a bottle) Good QPR The name says what you need to know. This wine is easy like Sunday morning.
Maloy O'Neil makes a Lagrein ( blended with Sangiovese) According to Shannon O'Neil there is only 1 vineyard in California(French Camp Vineyard in Paso Robles) to source this grape and he, Chris Whitcraft and Mosby have been working with the varietal in the California.