Finding elbow space at wineries in the Pleasant Valley Trail (the northeast quadrant of Paso Robles) isn’t hard. So the next time you’re in Paso Robles make sure you visit … Continue Reading Graveyard Vineyards – Paso Robles’ Quiet Wine Tasting
If a winemaker can command $25 for a flight of reserve wines, I think that’s wonderful for him (or her.) But it isn’t for me. A $25 for a wine … Continue Reading Lambert Bridge – The $25 Sample Flight
While visiting Sonoma County recently, we found an old friend we hadn’t seen for years. At the very southern bottom of the county there is a winery we visited over 10 … Continue Reading Ancient Vine Carignane – An Out of the Ordinary Taste of Wine
Tobin James again shows they’re for making great wines and great times. We stopped in there on our way to Monterey and visited on New Year’s Day. Thankfully they were … Continue Reading Tobin James wines continue to satisfy
Wine trip coming up! Time for a quick visit to Paso Robles, Monterey & then Healdsburg and the Russian, Alexander and Dry Creek Valley districts.
The Pleasant Valley Wine Trail is a hidden gem waiting for your discovery. After you have explored the 46 E. corridor and the West side spend the day visiting this … Continue Reading Pleasant Valley Wine Trail – Northeast Quadrant Daytrip
California is full of men creating wine. Winemaking males have created their product in California for over two centuries. Because of the brute strength it takes to plant, grow and … Continue Reading Taste Pallete The Few Winemakers
When we speak about “WINE TASTING” it implies that you are not drinking, but you are tasting. Because after all, after 6 to 10 ounces of wine you can no … Continue Reading Why do Some Wineries Make it Hard to ‘Taste’, Not ‘Drink’