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If you are looking for a complete Paso Robles Wine Country experience, then you need not look any further - you have arrived at RiverStar Vineyards. Wine Tasting, Vacation Rentals, Event Venues.... let the journey begin! See more....
2013 California Harvest Review
Vintners and growers throughout California reported another high quality and generous vintage in 2013. Following a warm and dry spring with near ideal conditions for bringing grapes to maturity, harvest was remarkably smooth and wineries are at capacity and working with some very high quality winegrapes. Reports by region.
Visit our west side Paso Robles winery amidst the vineyards and oaks. We produce Jersey Girl Syrah, a Bordeaux blend with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot & Petite Verdot fruit, a non-traditional Rhone blend with Syrah, Cabernet and Merlot and a 100% Syrah.
Broken Earth Winery, Paso Robles newest & fastest growing winery produces unique wines that are estate grown, harvested & bottled in Paso Robles.
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California Grape Harvest
The harvest in California vineyards is almost complete. Overall the yields have been up from previous years and the quality is good and winemakers are happy. See video... View more...
Central Coast Wine Tasting
Where else than the Central Coast can you stroll along the beach in the morning, choose among dozens of wineries to visit during the day, be back to the coast for a nap, and still take in the sunset and be ready for a night out? Here are some.... View more...
Ask the Farmer
Today we have John Salisbury, from Salisbury Vineyards, who farms wine grapes in the cool coastal region of San Luis Obispo answering a questions on winemaking from a Winery Advisor member. The topic today...Sulfites in wine.
All Corked Up
The most common closure is of course the Natural Cork closure that roughly 80% of wineries in North America use. They vary in size (some are as long as my thumb!) and quality but get the job done. They are expensive ($.75 to $.90 each) but many consumers equate quality wine only with natural cork. Not so say the experts!