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Written By: Andrew on May 31, 2009 No Comment

JanKris has had a second coming and under it’s new management, know that they are not making small plans.   Although they have a nice tasting room as is – I believe there are plans for some changes in the coming years.  Their wines are right on par and their hill-top location make [...]

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Written By: Andrew on May 31, 2009 1 Comment

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I was encouraged to go to Brian Benson Cellars, and had no idea what to expect.    It was everything I did not expect, from a well-recommended winery – and that is a compliment.  I loved Brian Benson Cellars for a few reasons: First off there was not a micron or [...]

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Written By: Andrew on May 31, 2009 No Comment

Peachy Canyon has been a winery that I always manage to bump into, and I always look forward to it .   As you will see in the video, they are not shy to bottle different things – and what is important to know is that they do have some large production and [...]

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Written By: Andrew on May 31, 2009 No Comment

Arroyo Robles is right on the square in downtown Paso Robles.  They are family run and have a great retail environment and of course a tasting bar.  Arroyo Robles make a nice diversity of wines, and one of the wines I am a fan of, we also were able to pour at the Rhone [...]

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Written By: Andrew on May 31, 2009 No Comment

I met Cass Winery at the Rhone Rangers grand tasting in March 09. I was given a bottle of their Petite Syrah and the rest is history. The video below is from the tail-end of their Mediterranean themed after-party at the vineyard. They are a decent drive into the country-side [...]

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Written By: Andrew on May 31, 2009 No Comment

My 2nd Paso Wine Fest and another great day in the park.  It was 100 degrees, but that never slows the crowds.

I ran into Chuck Mulligan the Wine Maker of Harmony Wine Cellars, based in Harmony CA on PCH Hwy1.

Chuck crafts great wines and he’ll explain more about their wine making style and location out [...]

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Written By: Andrew on May 31, 2009 No Comment

I was told by 2 people to go to Booker Vineyards.  I recalled hearing about them somewhere else as well…So I figured we should all go, and I am very glad I did.  Aside from a beautiful location, nicely designed tasting room – their wines are great.  They have been open for just [...]

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Written By: Andrew on May 31, 2009 No Comment

I fist was introduced to Jada Vineyard last June – and in weeks it was clear they were a great vineyard and even greater people.  Jada is located on Vineyard Road up on a hill with a view of their huge estate of vines.  Their tasting room is well appointed and has several areas [...]

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Written By: Andrew on May 31, 2009 No Comment

I stopped in at Gulliams and was lucky to catch them just beginning a tasting. Great wines, Great Property, Great People.

Check out the quick video of the wine and property. 7 acres, 3 Varietals, and 5 Estate wines – killer Cab Franc & Cab Sauv. It is a good look at the [...]

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Written By: Andrew on May 31, 2009 No Comment

Kiamie Wine Cellars is a long-time friend of Soirée & crafts great wine!  Take a minute with Sophia of Kiamie Wines and learn a bit more about their wines and their new tasting room, in Paso Robles.  Their tasting room is still being developed, but is very nice and I am sure you [...]

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