Fulldraw - Chopping Block label
Fulldraw - Chopping Block bottle

Fulldraw - Chopping Block 2019

  • Producer Fulldraw
  • Blend 34% Grenache
    17% Mourvedre
    49% Syrah
  • Country USA
  • Region California
  • Appellation Paso Robles
  • UPC 0 15643 73857 9
Red Wine

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Item# 72628-19

Product Ratings

Jeb Dunnuck 94pt
Robert Parker 96+pt


At Fulldraw, we meticulously pick, process, and ferment each varietal separately. By doing so, this allows us to blend an impeccably balanced wine among all three varietals each contributing something unique and special to the resulting blend. We are always surprised at how easily this blend comes together. This wine is a great representation of what the site contributes to all the varietals in one bottle—intense aromatics, bright lengthy finish, and finessed tannins.

Drawing from our love of cooking, the cleaver on the label currently resides in the knife block in our kitchen and gets put to work on a regular basis. It was custom made for us from a small artisan cutler in Georgia, Bloodroot Blades, which we randomly stumbled across. With its striking patina we thought it would look great on a label. After drinking a glass, or a few, of this wine, I slammed the cleaver into a chopping block. Rebecca yelled at me to not touch it and grabbed her camera resulting in the label!


Fulldraw began in 2012 when Connor McMahon jumped on the opportunity to acquire a 100-acre vineyard site in the Templeton Gap of west side Paso Robles. With six years of winemaking and farming experience at adjacent property, Booker Vineyard, he understood that with its limestone soils and cooling maritime influences, this was a place where the Rhone varieties he loved would thrive. Connor works closely with crew members following organic farming practices in order to best take advantage of the site’s demanding soil and extreme exposures. Fulldraw aims to create a sustainable and healthy environment for each and every vine in order for the resulting fruit to translate into beautifully balanced wines that fully express the unique place that is their home.