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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....
Paso Wine Man On Vino Variety
"Does a man have only one life? Yes. One Wife? Occasionally. But one wine? Preposterous!” declares Paso Wine Man in this latest short video, which highlights the diversity of wine grape varieties in the Paso Robles wine 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.
Wine Tasting Etiquette
So you want to go wine tasting! This is a great way to enjoy the winecountry, make new wine discoveries and have a wonderful day out with friends. With many great wineries and tasting rooms it is a natural activity for locales and visitors alike. To fully enjoy the experience we have a few guidelines to follow.... View more...
Paso Robles Holidays in the Wine Country
Paso Robles is a diverse, robust wine region with large resort style wineries making dozens of wines and small family run places that may make just a couple of wines from their own estate grapes. The region is more relaxed, rural and unpretentious than other wine areas and with over 150 tasting rooms there is plenty to taste! View more...
Ask the Farmer - Toasting!
Salud (Spanish), Prost (Dutch), Sante (French), Slainte (Irish), Salute (Italian), Vashe zdorovie (Russian), Lechyd da (Welsh) are all toasts that mean the same as our “To Good Health” These are ancient toasts that seemed to have been generated by relating wine to good health. Aside from the... evidence that wine is good for you, the reasons behind these toasts were... View more...
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!