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posted 03-04-2011 06:14 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for suzq     Edit/Delete Message
huckaby - try arciero (the "archer" - upscale but very nice.


wine geek
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posted 05-16-2006 06:29 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for wine geek     Edit/Delete Message
Take 46W and go out to Windward, They only make one wine, monopole Pinot Noir's that are outstanding. Then after leaving Windward continue up the road to L'Adventure. They make Bordeux varietals that are stunning. The depth and style of their wines will make you a convert to Paso Wines.

Now that Turley has a tasting room open in Paso, I try to hit their winery to pick up some Zin's.


posted 02-28-2006 11:54 AM           Edit/Delete Message
Love the Far West Wineries and especially fond of Carmody McKnight -- a highly overlooked vineyard with excellent wines at very affordable prices. Beautiful grounds and wonderful hosts. Don't miss the art gallery, owner is artist who has real feel for the land. Truly worth a visit!


syrah girl
posted 02-17-2005 11:32 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for syrah girl     Edit/Delete Message
We visit this region several times a year. It's wonderful! My favorites are: Tobin James, Chumea, EOS, Meridian, Peachy Canyon, San Marcos Creek, Bianchi and Wild Coyote (the house of reds.)

Each place is unique, Wild Coyote has a Southwestern flair to it that's really fun. Bianchi produces some wonderful Merlot and their tasting room is gorgeous, complete with decks for outside tasting and ponds on the grounds there.

Martin & Weyrich is also fantastic for their Nebbiolo. Cheers! For dinner, try Buona Tavola in downtown Paso Robles, excellent!


posted 09-21-2004 06:46 PM           Edit/Delete Message
1. Le Cuvier. Dry farmed, organic grapes, native yeasts, very low sulfur, extended lees aged, etc. Saturated colors, deep flavors, unique styles. Great stuff. Their Syrah was unquestionably the best at the most recent Far Out tasting. John Munch, the winemaker/owner, stretches the limits with his winemaking. Their Zinfandel kit was five bottles of single vineyard zins and one bottle of the final blend. The instructions: try your own blend.
2. Lenni Calodo. Massive yet refined wines.
3. Villa Creek Restaurant, yummy. Great selection of Paso wines, but be sure to try their own label.
Most of the wineries are good, especially with Rhone varietals; those I mentioned are excellent. Amazing bargains compared to Napa and Sonoma.


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posted 09-13-2004 04:19 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for huckaby   Click Here to Email huckaby     Edit/Delete Message
I'm taking my first trip to the paso robles area to do some wine tasting. Can anyone recommend which wineries I should visit?


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