PASO ROBLES

Season 1, Episode 3

Paso Robles still feels like a farm community at heart. If it can be sourced local, it is. Everyone knows each other at the local bar. And the locals are proud of the region, even if it doesn't get the recognition it absolutely should: Paso makes some incredibly undervalued grape juice. Go local on this episode of V is for Vino. 

filmed June, 2017    |     runtime 27 minutes


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  • 2017 Tablas Creek CĂ´tes de Tablas
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PASO ROBLES VINO CARDS & RECIPES

from the episode

  • Paso Robles Cotes de Tablas Blanc
  • Paso Robles Octopus Salad
  • Paso Robles Cotes de Tablas Rouge
  • Paso Robles Bolognese 1
  • Paso Robles Bolognese 2

PASO ROBLES EPISODE BREAKDOWN


Paso Robles, CA

Paso feels like it's been the same for the last 40 years. I mean that in a good way. It's got small town blue collar charm, and the wineries are tucked away like treasures amongst farmland and forests. Of course, this statement is far from the truth: Paso has changed a lot. In the past 20 years, winery growth has exploded 500%, and you can see new places popping up in the downtown every time you look up. But there's a pride to the way things are done here. It's farm to table because it's a farm community and it always has been, not because America demanded it. There's pride in the local wine. Paso believes it can stand toe to toe with the Napa's and Sonoma's of the world. It's young in spirit, but rooted in tradition.