Paso a Paso

La Mancha,

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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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  • Tempranillo

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

  • Sauvignon

  • Sauvignon Blanc

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

  • Verdejo

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

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  • So there are a few of them up in the northern area about a half hour or so south of the border, but they're scattered and still doing other farming. They have to make a living, as pointed out, and really, if they're not making good wine, why bother? There isn't enough of a tourist trade like they have down in San Diego to support Temecula wineri... Read More

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  • So on a whim we decided to visit British Columbia. But we flew up to Washington, so visited a few places there too. Totally off the subject of wine, I found an awesome bakery in Spokane and the girl there served me this thing that I thought was a kind of Parmesan cheese foam. In fact it was fermented cashew whip, which was definitely weird, but ... Read More

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  • Could have been a triumph but that was then. Now I gotta find stuff to do until I find employment so yeah, LA area would be great, but Santa Barbara and Paso Robles are a few hours away. Then there's nor-Cal and WA which I'd be OK with.Or Snake River in Idaho. They make wine there too! Read More

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  • We haven't been to Seattle in a number of years and would love to return.  The CFO and I will be in Portland over the 4th to visit our son and d-i-l and could easily drive the couple hours up.Any of the CA destinations would be fine also and I have a few wine related contacts in Sonoma, Paso and Napa, just going to depend on the timing but I'm a... Read More

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  • Seattle's good, especially if some visits to reachable wineries could be arranged through Lucha's or other connections (or alternatively Walla Walla?  ;-)  ). Love that town/state. Someone could also try to chase down Rimmerman to join??  ;-) ;-)Sonoma/Napa is, of course, far more concentrated. Or Santa Barbara/Santa Rita/Paso for that matter.  Read More

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  • “L'Étranger" Zuf!  No "s".You were forced to read it? I was wasting time in the college bookstore my as a freshman and I saw this paperback with a pic of these people in tall hats:For some reason, I was attracted to that picture so I started reading the book. In about two minutes I knew I wanted it so I bought it, skipped my next class, and read... Read More

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  • I have had a handful of Tannat over the years.  Since you mentioned Paso Robles, somewhat recently, the last time I was there, I dropped by Lone Madrone.  Good solid wines, but, probably, not aspriational.  The most memorable wine I tasted there was a Tannat varietal bottling.  Easily, the least tannic Tannat wine I've ever tasted.I do plan on c... Read More

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  • Lately I've been interested in learning more about CA regions other than Napa. So I've been tasting quite a bit from producers that don't find their way out east, where it's often easier to get wine from Europe than from the US, at least in NYC.First, I have to give a huge shout out to Bryan Harrington. He's gone around the state and found reall... Read More

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  • Tablas is definitely up there and their Grenache is a very good iteration of that grape in CA. I agree that there are a lot of them in Paso that are really tasty, and some good Zin as well. There are plenty of people making it from Dusi Ranch and it's a special place for sure.But hands down the best version of any Spanish wine I've had comes fro... Read More

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  • One of the few real bargains left in France are found in the southern Rhone and Bouche du Rhône and fall under the appellation Cotes du Rhône and Cotes du Rhône-Villages.  These wines are delicious whether red or white, and are still affordable at good price to quality ratios.  Their copies in Australia, South Africa, Australia and North America... Read More

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