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Feb 17th, 2022

New Times SLO: Local vintners rack up awards and help establish Paso as the capital of American Rhones

Harvest Sunset at Tablas Creek

In this super new piece for New Times SLO, Cherish Whyte dives into how Paso Robles became an epicenter for the Rhone Rangers movement. Perfect timing with this weekend's Rhone Rangers Experience event imminent! From her piece:

There was a time when drinking a syrah—flagship wine of the Rhone Valley in France—was a distinctly French experience. However, the dense, dark grape now grows around the world, with particularly potent varieties hailing from the Central Coast. Today, many consider Paso Robles to be the capital of New World Rhone.
Harvest 2019 Crew Austin Chelsea Neil Craig And Amanda