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–The terms that bounce around in wine reviews and in the wine tasting room can be enough to drive one to drink. Frankly, many of the terms that mean the same thing. Learning the language of wine comes down to a few basics that we experience from the first aromas in a freshly poured glass to swallowing...

Musically inspired, hand crafted, small lot wines —On a quest for great wine? All roads lead to Hunt Cellars, where highly-acclaimed wines have been...

Try small-batch wines in downtown Atascadero Kula Vineyards and Winery is an up-and-coming young winery, producing single-vineyard wines. Working in very...

Peachy Canyon Winery’s second generation, Jake and Josh Beckett, take over the reins. —Peachy Canyon Winery, one of the earliest wineries in Paso Robles...

—The Sunset International Wine Competition recently announced the results of its 2020 competition. Taking “Best of Show – White” was the 2019 Central...

“Come out and have a glass of Cabernet with me,” invites winemaking legend, Gary Eberle Have a glass of wine with a true legend, Gary Eberle —Although...

—Paso Robles-based winemaker Pedro Vargas recently released his book titled “Stars in a Glass.” The book is a manual containing step-by-step details...

—Bovino Vineyards first opened its doors to the public for tasting in May of last year. The last 12 months have been full of surprises and rewards for...

 –The Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance is launching its “Welcome Back” campaign, welcoming guests back to the wine region as wineries are reopening...

Edgar Torres These Paso wines are bold, flavorful and complex — A lot of good things are being made in Paso, and the people are extremely friendly, proudly...