10 Paso Robles wineries to watch

L’Aventure

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Former Bordeaux winemaker Stephan Asseo wanted to escape France’s strict winemaking regulations and searched worldwide before putting down roots and rootstocks on this estate. Rhône and Bordeaux varieties are planted on rolling hills that look like green sand dunes, and the beauty of his blends matches their provenance.

2 Responses to “10 Paso Robles wineries to watch”

  1. Terry says:

    Nice – Wine Club member at Halter Ranch, tasted @ L’Aventure and Tablas Creek – all are excellent.

  2. paul goehner says:

    Where are you getting the water to grow grapes?

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