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Bodegas Paso Robles

Bodegas Paso Robles

Winery Info

Bodegas Paso Robles is dedicated to producing wines using Spanish and Portuguese varietals. We take old world vines and make new world wines of the highest quality with the least invasive winemaking practices.

Our grapes, although grown in California, are native to Spain and Portugal and have been used for centuries in Iberian winemaking. All our wines are hand-crafted and aged in premium French and American barrels.

Our red wine blends are based on Tempranillo, one of the most extensively planted grapes in both Spain and Portugal. This grape is becoming increasingly popular in California, which seems to make sense because our climate and terrain are so similar to that of the Iberian Peninsula.

Winery Contact

729 13th Street
Paso Robles, CA 93446

(805) 237-3780

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2012 ¡Viva Yo!

The Summer of 2012 was extremely mild, making it a later-than-normal harvest (by about 3 weeks) for the Tempranillo. Fall weather ranged from intense heat (in late September) to cooler periods with sporadic rain. Happily, neither Paso Robles nor San Benito was plagued by the intense rains that flooded Napa and Sonoma counties.
This vintage of the ¡Viva Yo! — everyone’s perennial favorite and our flagship wine — is drinking great right now. The color is traditionally Tempranillo, rich and deep ruby purple. This wine has youthful, yet intense, flavors of cherry and plum, hints of smoke and leather, all layered with the spice so typical of Tempranillo. All of the wines from the 2012 vintage have soft tannins and bright fruit, and ¡Viva Yo! is no exception.

VINTAGE: 2012
APPELLATION: Central Coast
HARVEST DATE: October 22 & October 29, 2010
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2014 Galicia – Albariño

Albariño grows best in areas with foggy mornings, salty ocean breezes, sun in the afternoon, and cool nights. Edna Valley, near San Luis Obispo, has the perfect climate for this Spanish varietal. This lush valley is close to the ocean and about 40 minutes south of Paso Robles.
This is a classic, crisp Albariño with hints of apple blossoms on the nose and apricot and grapefruit on the palate. The 2014 Galica is a dry, refreshing wine with a great acid balance. It’s perfect for sipping on those hotter-than-hot summer days.

Vintage: 2014
Appellation: Edna Valley
Vineyard: Jack Ranch
Harvest Date: October 2, 2014
Brix at Harvest: 24.57
pH at Harvest: 3.35
Bottling Date: March 2, 2015
Alcohol: 13.2%
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