Full bodied and rich, with notes of blueberry, mocha, and black cherry finishing with firm and dusty tannins.
It is 86% Cabertnet Sauvignon, 6% Zinfandel, 3% Syrah, 2% Petite Sirah and 3% mixed reds.
In 1973, Ely Callaway, a successful textile entrepreneur, planted vineyards on 140 acres of land in Temecula, California. The first vintage of Callaway wine was produced two years later, and quickly gained renown after Queen Elizabeth II was served Callaway Riesling and in response, awarded Temecula recognition as an official winemaking region. 1982 brought Callaway another opportunity, when he purchased half of golf company Hickory Stick USA, later purchasing the company in full, and rebranding it as Callaway Golf.