Winter in Paso Robles
January 20, 2021
Although winter may not be as showy as the other three spectacular seasons in Paso, it plays an important role in the winemaking and growing cycle. While the vines are dormant and resting their roots to prepare for another vintage, the cellar is busier than ever. Winemakers are hustling to taste through barrels of past vintages, creating standout blends, and bottling wines to be released in the spring and fall. Vineyard crews work to prune the vines before spring arrives and winter rains help revitalize the soils of moisture and nutrients.
Take a look behind the scenes of the vineyard in its winter glory and the tasks that keep Paso Robles Wine Country relentlessly working to bring you world-class wines.