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These 4 Paso Robles wineries are listed as ‘essential’ destinations by Forbes

See mountaintop Daou Vineyard and Winery in Paso from the air

Check out drone footage of Daou Winery and Vineyard as co-owner Georges Daou talks about the keys to success at their mountaintop location west of Paso Robles, California.
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Check out drone footage of Daou Winery and Vineyard as co-owner Georges Daou talks about the keys to success at their mountaintop location west of Paso Robles, California.

Four Paso Robles wineries have been named as essential wine tour destinations by a recent Forbes Magazine article.

“Paso Robles wine country is vast, with more than 200 producers and at least 11 suggested touring itineraries,” the article reads. “Spend a weekend there and you’ll barely scratch the surface of this region.”

The article names Daou, Bodega de Edgar, Tablas Creek Vineyard and Allegretto Vineyard Resort — all along Adelaida Road — as must-visits.

It’s the second national mention Tablas Creek and Daou have gotten this month — the wineries recently garnered praise by name from the Robb Report, which singled out Paso Robles as “one of the state’s best sources for Bordeaux-style wine.”

And it’s another national mention for Paso Robles to add to the list.

Vintages from two Paso Robles wineries — Villa Creek Cellars and Paix Sur Terre — landed on Wine Enthusiast magazine’s Top 100 Wines of 2018 list. Another magazine, Wine & Spirits, included wines from Kukkula and Tablas Creek Vineyard in Paso Robles on its list of 2018’s best bottles.

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