Introducing Paso Robles’ First Fully Dedicated Wine Tour Vehicle

By Avila Beach Wine Tasting, Cambria Wine Tasting, Edna Valley Wine Region, Food for thought, Los Olivos Wine Tasting, Morro Bay Wine Tasting, Paso Robles Wine Region, Santa Maria Valley Wine Region, Santa Rita Hills Wine Region, Santa Ynez Valley Wine Region, Solvang Wine Tasting, Uncategorized, Wine, Wine Tasting, Winery
Introducing Paso Robles’ First Fully Dedicated Wine Tour Vehicle Pictured here: seven of my two-case-capacity cold bags that keep your wine tasting-room temp, even on our hottest days! I’ve been using this cold bag system for many years now. Total case capacity without impinging on the passenger area is 21 cases…252 bottles of wine. Sky’s the limit if you want to put cases in the passenger area! It’s been quite a few years since I decided I was too old, and it was way too much work to move clients’ wine purchases (sometimes several cases) out of the summer heat into tasting rooms and barrel rooms. A search for a simple, cheap solution led me to a restaurant supply company...
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Hot Off the Press- Article by Kris Williams of Voyage LA Magazine

By Wine, Wine Tasting, Winery
Meet John Ziegler of Intimate Wine Weddings and Elite Wine Tours Paso Kris Williams | Voyage LA Magazine Today we’d like to introduce you to John Ziegler. It started out as a desire to do something different. John came from boat building in Santa Barbara, and an association that started in the late ’70’s with an iconic boat yard in Santa Barbara, creating one-off commercial fishing boats, harbor patrol boats, and high end sportfishing and diving boats. He started working as a staff writer for Pacific Coast Sportfishing Magazine, Newport Beach CA, a year earlier- writing feature articles and the Boat Tech column. Along with working at the magazine for 10 years, he sold freelance articles to an array of...
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What About The Eastside?

By Paso Robles Wine Region, Wine, Wine Tasting, Winery
What about the Eastside? Some folks are pretty set when it comes to declaring what they think they like in Paso by splitting it in two- using U.S. Highway 101 as the North-South seam that defines Eastside and Westside districts. Seems the Westside wineries garner much of the buzz and press, but I say, “Wait a minute!” Yes the terroir is quite different on the Eastside- flatter, dryer with less green vegetation, and yes, there is less ocean influence which means smaller diurnal temperature swings, but some Eastside vintners say that their terroir has the perfect combo for growing great Bordeaux’s, and many hot weather varietals. And I’m so happy to help prove it. I’ve been doing wine tours in...
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