Paso Robles is home to more than 300 wineries spreading across the Paso Robles AVA and 11 sub AVAs. The region has more than 60 varieties of grapes on nearly 40,000 acres of vines. Reds dominate the region — Cabernet Sauvignon being the most planted grape. The region is also known for Rhone style blends … More Your Guide To Paso Robles
Traveling With Wine After traveling to several wine regions, I have learned a lot about traveling with wine. Of course shipping direct from the winery is the safest option. This option is great if the winery has shipping deals. Often times, you have to buy several bottles to make this option worth it. Typically it’s … More Paso Robles Wine Haul
Hi! I am back with the final post of our California wine adventure. If you missed the previous posts I will link them here: How do you plan a trip to Napa?, Napa ~ Day 1, and Sonoma. The last day in Napa was an unforgettable experience. We really visited a variety of places, big … More Napa ~ Day 2
Hi wine friends! I am back with our Sonoma day! If you missed my previous post I will link it here; Napa ~ Day 1. I am so glad we got to make it to Sonoma for a day during our weekend to Napa. I really wanted to visit Sonoma because I was told it … More Sonoma
Napa was simply a dream… probably the best weekend I have ever had in my life. The wine. The food. The weather. OMG. This is a recap of our first day in Napa. We visited two wineries and had a delicious dinner out! Our first stop in Napa was Jarvis. We really set the bar … More Napa ~ Day 1
This is the question that kept running through my mind when Zach and I decided to plan a trip to California Wine Country. There are a MILLION wineries, so how could you narrow down where we visit?! How in the world do we get this wine home? How many wineries are too many in one … More How in the World do you Plan a Trip to NAPA?