Paso a Paso

La Mancha,
Spain

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Paso a Paso is a brand of wines produced in La Mancha, Spain. The wines use typical regional grapes, such as Tempranillo for reds and Verdejo for whites. They are offered as value-driven examples of every day drinking wines. 

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  • Verdelho

    History of the grape: Verdelho has existed on the island of Madeira in Portugal at least as far back as the 15th cent...

  • Sauvignon

  • Verdejo

    History of the grape: Verdejo has existed in the region for centuries, thought to have first been planted by the Moor...

  • Tempranillo

    History of the grape: Origins of Tempranillo are murky. It could be indigenous to the Spanish countryside, or it coul...

  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...

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  • Liberty School is Hope Family. They're from Paso Robles and have several labels - Liberty School, Austin Hope, Treana, Candor, and Troublemaker. Liberty School is probably the best of the lot, based on tastings a long time ago.But you can probably do better. There are some threads on inexpensive wines.If you're on SI, Mission Fine Wines sometime... Read More

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  • Hi Folks!This site was really great several years ago helping me track down Corsican reds here in NYC (I'm in Staten Island.) Many of my friends, and myself included, are interested in very good wines (mostly reds)  at the lowest possible price. There really are many such wines out there if you look hard enough! For example, several years ago a ... Read More

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  • Wildfires Threaten Wine Regions in California, PortugalWildfires are again ravaging California, threatening the vineyards and livelihoods of many in notable winegrowing regions. South of Carmel Valley, the Soberanes fire has been blazing since July 22, burning more than 79,000 acres. The fire is still only 60 percent contained, but has not threa... Read More

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  • Hi, I'm Bruce.  I'm a UC Davis graduate of enology (26 years ago..alas) and have recently joined Snooth.  I was a former winemaker and enologist at two wineries on Long Island during the 1990s and am now semi-retired in Sarasota, FL.I'm still working in the wine trade, part-time in retail, but otherwise retired.  I'm still active in wine and eno... Read More

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  • I find that typically the warmer the region the riper (and bigger/richer) the pinot. We were in Santa Barbara last December and then in Willamette Valley over the 4th and the general differences in their respective pinots are quite noticeable.  I'll 2nd the Hahn rec from RCKR. Adelaida has a Sta. Rita Hills pinot from the Doctors Vineyard and an... Read More

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  • I typically shy away from Pinot Noir, preferring more full bodied, dark & dense varieties.But I have had a couple Pinot's that knocked my socks off. In each case, these were made New World style with very concentrated extraction resulting in a fruity palette and dense mouth feel. But I don't recall what wines/vintages were like this.Would love t... Read More

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  • "You think that by being a locavore you are also being a tree hugger?  Think again: Almost all the European wines are grown on land that has been vineyard forever.  Clearcutting is a Cali thing.  Sure, the latest outrage occurred in Paso, but you've got a forest-killer right in your backyard. (The winemaker in question sounds a lot like a certai... Read More

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  • August is here -- along with warm, steamy weather for most of the country. For some that means switching over to chilled cocktails or beer. What it should really mean for wine drinkers is carefully selecting wines that are well made, delicious, value driven and refreshing. The last thing anyone wants to sip in hot weather is a big, bloated and p... Read More

    From the article Value Wines for Summer


  • Is there a winemaker/grower that OT doesn't know?  Now they want his advice on pricing... he's got to stop giving this stuff away for free!Okay, I bought a case of Sancerre (2015 Dominique et Janine Crochet) from Wine Access, since they have sold me good SB before and my friend wanted to split a case. During a visit to Paso, we bought some Laeti... Read More

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  • You think that by being a locavore you are also being a tree hugger?  Think again: Almost all the European wines are grown on land that has been vineyard forever.  Clearcutting is a Cali thing.  Sure, the latest outrage occurred in Paso, but you've got a forest-killer right in your backyard. (The winemaker in question sounds a lot like a certain... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What have you bought lately?


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