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Paso Robles - Try our 100 percent estate grown wines; blending the subtle differences of east and west side Paso Robles grapes. The wines are fruit forward with soft tannins and are a good value. Visit our country casual farm house.
Founded in 1908 by the Rotta Family, it is the only remaining family owned “original” winery in San Luis Obispo County. Visit us and taste our great Zinfandel.
Sheep in the Vineyard!
Have a wine related question? "Ask the Advisor" is our new feature where you can get your questions answered. We will tackle a broad range of subjects from food and wine pairing to the pros and cons of wild yeast fermentation. No question is too simple (we like those because they are easier to answer) and if you have a tough one we can't answer it we will call in for reinforcements from our industry contacts. View more...
Santa Barbara and its 100 wineries
Not only is Santa Barbara home to some of the state's most impressively priced real estate, it is home to some remarkable wines and wineries. From cool coastal vineyards near Santa Maria to the warmer climes of Santa Ynez this region has come of age producing highly prized fruit, attracting quality winemakers and impressive winery ventures. View more...
New Member of Vintners Hall of Fame
Archie McLaren has been a trailblazer in California’s fine cuisine and wine movement since establishing residence here in 1974, so this is not the first prestigious induction for Mr. McLaren. He is one of only two Americans inducted into the Austrian Wine Brotherhood and one of the few Americans inducted into France’s Commanderie des Bontemps – Medoc et Graves & Sauternes et Barsac of Bordeaux. View more...
West Side Wine Tasting Tour
Paso Robles has dozens of memorable wineries to visit. Here is a tour of five top wineries all within close proximity showcasing a wide variety of wine types, winemaking styles, tasting facilities, and history. View more...
All About Rhone Wines
The Rhône River flows through eastern France and empties into the Mediterranean Sea. Generally, this wine growing area is blessed by a warm, sunny Mediterranean climate very similar to that in California. It receives very little summer rain and the grapes are able to become very ripe. Unlike in most of the wine producing regions of France (Burgundy and Bordeaux) where it rains all summer and rarely gets above 85 degrees. View more...