Presented by InsideHook and Robert Hall Winery
Comprised of various red varieties such as Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, Petit Verdot and Syrah, Robert Hall Paso Red will inspire you when you’re enjoying tunes or just enjoying a moment you’ve earned. With aromas of berry cobbler, savory herbs and tobacco, the wine is full-bodied with fine grained tannins on the mid-palate and a long spicy finish. It’s the perfect pairing with Mat’s playlist, as well as smoked meats, burgers, and Spanish-style tapas.
One of the world’s most exciting wine regions, Paso Robles is the pinnacle of Central California’s winegrowing region — rolling terrain, varied soils and warm days and cool nights provide exquisite growing conditions to craft award-winning wines. Founded on hard work and an entrepreneurial spirit, Robert Hall Winery is a pillar of the vibrant and premier Paso Robles wine region. The vineyard’s acclaimed winemaker, Don Brady, is the creative force behind Robert Hall’s premium wines, cultivating the best vineyards to express the spirit of Paso.
“Our goal at Robert Hall is to craft high-quality wines that capture the essence of Paso Robles.” says Brady. “We are proud to source from all 11 AVAs, utilizing only the best of the best for our wines.”
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*Good through: 9/30/21, valid in states where legal
Originally hailing from Eugene, OR, multi-instrument musician Mat Kearney helped a friend move to Nashville, TN in the early aughts and loved it so much that he elected to stay permanently. Now a longtime fixture on the Music City scene, Kearney has released seven genre-blending albums and toured with everyone from John Mayer to Sheryl Crow.
Kearney’s latest record, entitled January Flower, is a collection of honest, stripped-down songs that bring Kearney back to his singer/songwriter roots — armed with only his voice and an acoustic guitar, Kearney wrote the majority of the album during a power outage at an isolated house in California’s Joshua Tree. “You couldn’t see anything from the house but the desert and it was so beautiful.” says Kearney. “Stripping it back to me and a guitar and some friends reminded me of how I started and that was the genesis of this record.”
I like to play this mix when I’m taking my time cooking a nice dinner or hanging out on my front porch watching the day turn to night.
Lately a good glass of wine and a playlist that makes me feel relaxed, at peace, and even inspired is pretty much as good as it gets.Mat Kearney