How about a little more of the delicate side of Paso Robles?
I will admit that after a trip to Paso in the winter in search of a well balanced Pinot, I left believing that Pinot was just not a Paso grape.
But then I was introduced to Pomar Junction.
They figured it out. The Templeton Gap breezes keep the temp mild and combined with Linne Calado soils you have ideal pinot growing conditions.
Wine Varietal100% Pinot Noir
Tasting NotesLight red berries with hints of strawberries and other red fruits. The finish shows some vanilla with raspberries.
Pairs Well WithWild Mushroom and Burrata BruschettaHow to Serve itRoom Temperature or Chilled to Preference
Vineyard AVAPaso RoblesAlc14.5%WineryPomar JunctionWinemakersJim Shumate