Category: Central Coast WineriesFeb 28, 2013
Zinfandel is the heritage grape of Paso Robles. Do we have great Zins? Don't even bother to ask, because we have Zins that meet everyone's definition of great. From those thick jammy wines to the lighter take on the varietal - it's being made in Paso Robles.
And, to celebrate all these Zins, theread on
Feb 12, 2013
I'm not sure what it is, but I do LOVE Valentine's Day. Admittedly, I've always had a 'thing' for hearts, and, infact, have a beautiful red stone heart paperweight sitting aside me as I write this. Hearts show up in other places in my home, too. Like the funky little string of wooden hearts thatread on
Nov 23, 2012
The Word is Out: Experience Our "Discover the Olive Harvest Special."
December offers the opportunity for a quick, refreshing pre-holiday getaway. For the month of December only, we offer our Winter rates (below) for what we call our "Discover the Olive Harvest." This offer includes our discountedread on
Sep 28, 2011
For the third year in a row, Paso Robles has won Wine Spectator’s Video Contest with their brilliant video “Zinfandel – Paso’s Wine.” This video joins “Wine Is…” the 2010 winner, and “Paso Rap” the 2009 winner. Paso has been getting a ton of great publicity lately for its delicious wine (we did,read on
Jun 22, 2011
As I’m sure most of you know, we have some truly excellent wines from the Central Coast. Our winemakers are some of the finest in the world and we have been consistently producing award-winning bottles, year after year. While most of the attention may go to the larger producers, we locals reallyread on
May 16, 2011
There are so many reasons to visit the Central Coast – seriously, I don’t think I can even name them all. There’s the great boutique shopping, the amazing weather, the gourmet food, the beaches, the beautiful landscapes, and the wine, just to name a few.
But if you’re headed into town from May 20 -read on
Mar 11, 2011
If you know anything about the Central Coast Wine scene, you’ll know that we know Zin. Zinfandel has been an integral part of California wines since there was California wine, as early as the 1850s gold rush. The robust and hearty red grape was introduced to the United States and soon came to beread on
Feb 25, 2011
What's better than the best hamburger your little taste buds have ever laid eyes one + the tastiest (and sustainably grown) wines around? Ok fine, trick question...Nothing!
Last week we were fortunate enough to enjoy the company of Laird & Lisa Foshay, owners of Adelaida Springs Ranch where theyread on