The Broadside Cabernet Sauvignon, aged without new oak, shows an unexpected side of California, one born not out of Napa, but out of Paso Robles' Limestone soils.  
The limestone-derived soils give both the Cabernet Sauvignon and a more recently released Merlot the sort of freshness and depth of flavor at relatively low alcohol that shame many heftier efforts. Fermented with indigenous yeasts and aged almost entirely in old wood, these are pristine expressions of outperforming soils. 
Stephy has become the area's great alternative vineyardist.