Chronicle discovers Paso Robles
February 9, 2010
Last Sunday’s Chronicle features a nice travel tip of the hat to Paso Robles, a place the paper calls “Wine country with a rural feel.” [San Francisco Chronicle]
“Twenty-five years ago, Paso Robles was cowboy country. Now there are more than 200 wineries making some of the best wine in California, including Justin Vineyards’ Isosceles, which Wine Spectator rated in the top 10 wines in the world. Still, the vibe in Paso is more friendly, than fancy. And the wine tasting more about people than product.”
Paso restaurants spotlighted in the article include Artisan, Deborah’s Room, Thomas Hill Organics, and Farmstand 46. Wineries getting a favorable nod include Justin, Eberle, Pipestone, and Tablas Creek.