Archive for the Tag 'Paso Robles'

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Paso and Parish Family Vineyards

When I was at Wine Business’ Vineyard Economic Symposium, one of my important take-aways was the following: The Paso Robles AVA is a possible place to consider, when wanting to invest. These investors, however, are always looking for Napa Valley Cabernet, first and foremost. They aren’t ready for an all in, throwing caution to the […]

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PS in Paso ~ D&D Face Lift Worked Really Well

The PS in Paso event is done, and I’ve caught up… I just read that an event planner is the most stressful job; maybe brain surgery might be more, but not by much, I’m betting. Every second, something could go wrong and event planners are just waiting with anticipation for the shoe to drop… while dealing […]

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Petite Sirah in Paso, at last we’re taking PS education to the people

PS I Love You‘s mission has always been, since 2002… To promote, educate, and legitimize Petite Sirah as a heritage variety, with a special emphasis on its terroir uniqueness. The only change that’s now happening is that we’re taking it away from a food and wine event, and getting it back to the heart of […]

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Harvard… Hum… Brodiaea, Inc.

Harvard University, by any other name in wine country, is now called Brodiaea, Inc. When Harvard gets involved, we’re just off the normal beaten path. It’s been my experience that the learning curve is very long and steep for this industry. Investors want their profits today. The old adage of, “If you want to make […]

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How important is defining an AVA? Ask anyone in Paso Robles

Paso Robles has just gone through tremendous growing pains, and this map is proof of all of their geological research… Air, soil, water, and climate all playing contributing parts to defining terroir; as well as the people involved, the flora, and the fauna… Having traveled to 41 of our 50 US states, I can tell […]

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Taking a spin to Paso Robles and Santa Barbara County from Wilfred Wong

Wilfred Wong, a respected wine judge and BevMo!‘s Cellar Master, is a highly regarded colleague. His opinions matter a great deal. Please enjoy! Winery images have been borrowed from the respective wineries’ Web sites; for emphasis and their promotional use, only. Wilfred’s image comes from his BevMo! wine blog page. If you’d like to review […]