Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Wine Winners

Win Big with a Paso Robles Wine Club Membership

It’s no secret that Paso Robles Wine Country wins big when it comes to wine. In fact, not too long ago, Paso Robles Wine Country was named Wine Enthusiast Magazine's 2013 Wine Region of the Year and many of our Paso Robles Wine Club members enjoyed tasting a number of unique, high quality wines from the area.

Not surprisingly, with each passing year Paso Robles and California’s Central Coast is becoming a top wine region, producing some of the top wines on the market. We’re always glad when wine aficionados and newbies take an interest in our part of the world and the really great wines in our area, so we look forward to the accolades and awards.

Just recently, Wine Enthusiast Magazine announced their 2015 Wine Star Awards—a really big deal with a focus that has no boundaries—literally—and includes reviewing wine stars, wineries, and wines from every country. After the winners are announced and they'll have ample time to bask in the glory of winning before being swept away to New York for a special dinner and award ceremony in January.

In the winner’s circle for 2015, in the category of American Winery, is our very own Justin Winery—a favorite stop on our Wine Wrangler Adventure Tour and home to some amazing wines that we can’t seem to enjoy enough. Kudos and congratulations to the team at Justin Winery and all they’ve done to put the Paso Robles Wine Region on the map.

Other categories in the 2015 Wine Star Awards include:

  • The Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Person of the Year
  • Winemaker
  • Sommelier/Wine Director
  • European Winery
  • New World Winery
  • Wine Region
  • Importer
  • Mixologist/Brand Ambassador
  • Innovator
  • Spirit Brand
  • Brewery
You can read all about it by visiting The Wine Enthusiast Magazine. And, if you'd like to enjoy a great glass of wine to sip on while you're reading up on the latest and greatest, we'd like to recommend joining our Paso Robles Wine Club, where you'll receive regular shipments of the best wines that California's Central Coast has to offer.


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