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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  • Tempranillo

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

  • Verdelho

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

  • Verdejo

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

  • Sauvignon Blanc

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

  • Sauvignon

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Paso a Paso on Snooth

  • OK, most of you know I love Tablas Creek wines and this wine just reinforces my belief in this Paso icon.This 2010 Esprit de Beaucastel Blanc (60% roussanne, 35% grenache blanc, 5% picpoul blanc) is still awesome after our last bottle 4 yrs ago. Golden hued with a bit more of the richer profile with honeysuckle, ginger, ripe yellow pear, a touch... Read More

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  • A new label, not yet released but any day now, that I got a sneak preview of. They do a Syrah heavy GSM, a Grenache heavy GSM, a Grenache and a Roussanne. This one is the Syrah heavy version. Paso Robles fruit in the Saxum mold just not as polished. There's probably as much alcohol in this bottle as there was in all three bottles from last night... Read More

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  • Esteemed wine critics like Robert Parker and Antonio Galloni employ gender-positive terms in their tasting notes without compunction. Masculine wines are commonly associated with structure and power, while feminine wines can be perceived as delicate and thin. Speaking about a trip to the Bandol region in the Financial Times, wine writer Jancis R... Read More

    From the article Does your wine have a gender?


  • Wowzer,Just tasted my first Viognier and what a delight. I purchased one that was extremely economical but one with respectability in it's ratings. I didn't want to go overboard on my first venture with a newbie.This one averaged 3 and a half out of 5 here at Snooth. I'm sure it's well known, it's called McManis Family Vineyards out of Ripon Cal... Read More

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  • Turley has undergone a renaisscance of late since Tegan took over as winemaker. They still have bold, spicy, structured Zins but Tegan has dialed them back. The Juvenile is $20 this release and is a ridiculous value. I buy a case of Old Vines in the Sumer release and a case of Juvenile during the Winter release. Great daily drinkers.Since you ar... Read More

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  • MJ, Turley makes excellent zins that should be right up your alley.  We visited there this past October during our last Paso trip.  We purchased a bottle of the Pesenti Vineyard Zinfandel which we found to be big and bold but not out of balance, with ripe fresh dark berry fruit and good acidity. I'll be very interested in what you think should y... Read More

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  • Ok, I recieved an email list offer from Turley. I have never tried but all I hear is that they are very good. What should I buy? Remember that we like big and structured. Let me hear it?  Read More

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  • Here in the United States we are on a first-name basis with our wine grapes. The majority of casual wine drinkers understand what “Merlot”, “Moscato”, and “Cabernet” mean. Nowadays “Pinot” and even “Riesling” are familiar pals too. This is largely because the United States and other New World regions label their wines by varietal rather than geo... Read More

    From the article The Rise of Non-Traditional Wine Blends


  • Okay, we're counting down to the end of the year.  With three drinking weeks left, start nominating your wines of the year.  And, if you like, nominate a wine experience of the year. I'm going to have to think about the WOTY for a while, and I'll update this OP as things occur to me, but I'm going to say it wasn't a year full of head turning win... Read More

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  • RBA, I listened to a lot of Frampton growing up, sounds like a great concert.OT, we're making plans to be in your neck of the woods in March, if you can hang on to that '05 Fred until then we'll bring along something comparable.I must be on an '06 kick as we thoroughly enjoyed this Tablas Creek Esprit de Beaucastel last night with our friends th... Read More

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