Chucking flying discs 300 feet into metal baskets amongst the grape rows at Castoro Vineyards seems an odd way to go wine tasting, but, a good bottle wine and a … Continue Reading A Bottle of Wine, Flying Discs, 18 Holes and Thou
The Drier Side of Paso Robles’ Bottles of Wine The winemaker at Pear Valley Winery must be a big fan of peppery wine, and his bottles of wine showcase the … Continue Reading Pear Valley – The Spicy Side of Paso Robles
These Bottles of Wine Started With a Few Beers Many wine aficionados dream of becoming winemakers, purveyors of grape and bottles of wine. The Brothers Glunz have become just that, wine … Continue Reading Glunz Family Winery – Paso Robles
The winemakers in the Paso Robles AVA make a great bottle of wine, and we’ve not written about them much even though it’s a favorite place for us to sample … Continue Reading Bottle of Wine From Eos Estates- They Finally Define An Identity
“Just a single taste for us, we are tasting, not drinking.” While visiting California wineries we find ourselves saying this constantly. While my wife sips, and then disposes of her … Continue Reading Tasting Wine Vs. Drinking Wine – What Do You Prefer at a Winery?
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
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