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    Paso Robles: Where to Stay, Wine & Dine Downtown

    … Paso Robles: Where to Stay, Wine & Dine Downtown by: Laura Ness Wanna get away, park the car and wine and dine for a few days without once having to worry about where you left the keys? Come to Paso Robles, stay at the Inn, and put your keys someplace safe. Begin your itinerary by checking in to the Paso Robles Inn, a charming place where…

    1 readers - By Wine Oh TV

    Purple Cowboy Tenacious Red 2012

    … and summer woods. Red currant, black cherry and an earthy hint of olive comprised the full body, whilst spicy crushed white peppercorn and sweet vanilla lingered pleasingly between each sip. Winemaker’s blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah [I could not verify varietal percentages] Paso Robles California Vinted and Bottled by Purple Cowboy 13.5% Alcohol $10 Enjoy now thru 2015 Like this: Like Loading... Related This entry was posted in california, value and tagged red blend. Bookmark the permalink.…

    3 readers - By the buddha in your glass

    Events, Past and Present

    … a wine I gave a “yes” to was a wine that received a “Hell no” from John B., who had the best palate in Calpella that night. The 2013 Testa Black SIX, inspired by the night’s winning blend, is going to be delicious. You will also want to make a note to grab up some 2013 Testa Carignane when it is released; light, bursting with strawberry, cherry…

    2 readers - By John Cesano/ John on Wine - a wine blog

    Polite Cowboy

    …He’s a tall drink, for sure. Well groomed, dusty boots and soft spice. On the youthful side, which preys on my insecurities of being considered a cougar, but I like the way this 2012 organic Rioja kicks the dirt and calls me “Ma’am” with a soft, respectful drawal. On the other side of the coin, he lacks the certain finesse and bravado of my…

    5 readers - By Vixen and Vine

    the $64,000 nfl rookie dinner

    …Before the football season begins every year, it’s a tradition for rookies to pick up (at least part of) the tab for the veteran players who go to dinner with them. Cowboys’ wide receiver Dez Bryant told people he was pissed off when he was rookie and had to pick up the dinner tab in 2010 – a bill that totaled $55,000! Apparently the tradition…

    2 readers - By grapefriend