The Paso Robles “A” List Grows . . .
"Paso Robles is currently one of the hottest regions in California, and it’s not just the weather. While there were just a relative handful of highly ambitious wineries here at the turn of the century, that number has been growing steadily, with new producers like Clos Solene, DAOU, Desparada, Ledge, Aaron, The Farm, Law and Turtle Rock recently making their mark. In addition, established producers such as Adelaida, Lone Madrone, Halter Ranch and Jada have significantly stepped up their games and must now be counted among the Central Coast’s best wineries. The region’s burgeoning wine scene can only mean increased pressure on all producers in the area to keep up with a growing number of leaders, which is excellent news for everybody, especially consumers."
“But it’s the new wineries, or newly revitalized ones, that have really caught my eye: outstanding among them are Jada . . .”
“Paso is Rhone territory...But there’s some brilliant Cabernets out there from . . . Jada and a few others. #seriouswines”
"Winemaker David Galzignato is making bold but layered wines from the Willow Creek district . . ."