The idea here is to list wineries in the Paso Robles area that have really good values, and those that don't.
Opolo - I hadn't tasted their wines for a number of years, and never thought that they were that good. After revisiting them a couple of weeks ago, I would have to say t5hat their wing has greatly improved.
Zin Alley - Frank Nerelli only makes four different wines, but every one of them is terrific. Very high quality - good value.
Linne Calodo - I haven't been there in a few years. You have to make an appointment to taste. Their wines are good, but very over-priced. Not such a good value.
Daou Winery - Beautiful vistas from their tasting room. Unfortunately, their wines are over-priced, and their Zinfadel is way too young to pour. Not such a good value.
Alta Colina - A limited production winery, but what they make is very high quality. Moderate prices. Good value.
Villacana - Very high quality wines, and moderate prices. Good value.
Shale Oak - New winery with an impressive tasting toom. Tasty wines at moderate prices. Good quality.
Red Soles - Most of their wines are too young. I'd say give this place a year or two, and they might be pretty good. Not so good value now.
San Antonio Winery (East side) - Wide variety of varietals, and moderately priced. Something for just about anyone into wine. Very good value.
Changala Winery - Low cost wines that are really tasty. Very good value.
Steinbeck - (east side) -
Steinbeck Winery - Very good wines moderately priced. Has Paso Port Winery in the same tasting room. Good value.
Sculpterra Winery (east side) - Combines sculpture with wine. Low to moderately priced. Has a really good selection of varietals. Really high quality. Their blends aren't quite as good. Very high value.
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