"Good wine is a good familiar creature if it be well used."
Bodegas Paso Robles makes wine using grapes native to Spain and Portugal and grapes that have been used for centuries in Iberian winemaking. All our wines are hand-crafted and aged in premium French and American barrels.
One of the first questions we're usually asked by a new customer in the Tasting Room is "Why Spanish grapes?"
Dorothy Schuler, our winemaker and owner, has a simple response. "Because no one else in Paso Robles was making wine with these grapes."
A few wineries were making a Tempranillo or an Albariño, but no one was concentrating on grapes from the Iberian peninsula (that part of Europe comprised of Spain and Portugal).