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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  • Sauvignon Blanc

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

  • 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...

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  • Just returned from a quick trip to the Central Coast.  Visited Talley and Wolff in the Edna Valley.  Bought these:Talley Vineyards-- 2013 Bishop's Peak SLO County Pinot Noir-- 2013 Bishop's Peak Edna Valley Sauvignon Blanc-- 2013 Bishop's Peak SLO County Chardonnay-- 2012 Bishop's Peak Paso Robles "Elevation" (Bordeaux Blend)-- 2013 Oliver's Vin... Read More

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  • The photos are all from three separate plots of private land that I looked at.Agreed, JD, and I hesitated before posting my query.But wondered if anyone knew of any winemakers doing things there, interesting or not. Certainly there is wine down towards Cambria and Cayucos. If the Hearst family had held onto San Simeon, there'd likely be hundreds... Read More

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  • I once, a few years back, almost pulled the trigger on a real estate purchase in the hills back behind the Big Sur coastline. Was reminiscing on that today, and wondered why I never hear about wine from that area. Is it because I'm so far away and out of touch and there actually are barrels and barrels of wine being made there, or because the cu... Read More

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  • But most Cali Sangio seems to be grown in the wrong place.  I used to date a girl whose parents were classics scholars and she said that the slopes of Mount Diablo in Contra Costa looked to her like Chianti.  Maybe they should try growing it in the foothills where I lived. I'm sure you're right about Sangiovese being planted in the wrong places ... Read More

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  • The Ruffino virtual tasting was perfectly timed to synch up with two great bicycle races in Italy.  The Strade Bianchi and Tirreno-Adriatico both cut through Tuscany, which is one of my favorite Italian wine regions.The most recent Lucha Vino match honors the Strade Bianchi, a fabulous one day race that incorporates 10 sections of white dirt roa... Read More

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  • C-D-B was once considered a pretty good producer.  Funny thing is, right around that time (1994) I started dating a woman who bought cases of that Merlot (at Costco, no less) as her regular wine.  I thought it was kind of pricey and not very interesting for $15/bottle.  We started buying more of our wine (including early and good Paso Cabs) from... Read More

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  • The first time I had Ethiopian food was back in high school twenty years ago, and I drove my little white pickup truck to Midtown which, at the time, was the site of Memphis’ only restaurant devoted to this particular cuisine. I had read up ahead of time and was ready for the unique experience. It was delicious and I enjoyed everything I had, bu... Read More

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  • There's also Covenant and a bunch of others.  Many of them are, more or less, pretty good.  None of them that I have had has ever been better than pretty good.  All of them have cost much more than they should have for the source of the fruit and for the quality of the wine.  Why is that the case?  It's not that the wine has to be processed in a... Read More

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  • Tablas Creek Vermentino Paso Robles 2013

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    Beautiful Tablas Creek Vermentino from Paso. Really nice floral, honeysuckle nose. On the palate there's rich, creamy lemon, more honeysuckle, mouth watering acidity, a bit of salinity and a medium long finish. Extremely enjoyable and a real nice change of pace. Read More

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  • Beautiful Tablas Creek Vermentino from Paso. Really nice floral, honeysuckle nose. On the palate there's rich, creamy lemon, more honeysuckle, mouth watering acidity, a bit of salinity and a medium long finish. Extremely enjoyable and a real nice change of pace.Couldn't find the stats for California acreage, I believe it's in the "other whites" ... Read More

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