|Go Wine Tasting with The Wine Wrangler|
If the first few days of 2016 are any indication of things to come, then it appears that El Nino is finally here on California’s Central Coast. That’s great news—we need the rain—and with over 200 wineries, there are a lot of thirsty vines around Paso Robles Wine Country. While rainy weather makes for a nice time to hang out in front of the fireplace with a glass of wine, it’s also a great time to go wine tasting with The Wine Wrangler.
After a long holiday season of feasting and making merry, it’s no wonder that the gym is crowded come January, but while exercise is a good thing for both body and mind, navigating the crowd can leave you stressed and drained, all while lowering your immunity to illness. You already know about the amazing health benefits of drinking wine, but you may not know that the best time to go on a wine tasting tour in Paso Robles is in January.
Here are 3 reasons why you should book your wine tasting tour with the Wine Wrangler this January:
Everyone else is at the gym…well, not everyone, but in the tasting rooms, the crowds have certainly thinned out. What this means for you is that you can enjoy a more relaxed wine tasting experience. The tasting room staff can more fully focus on you, so you’ll learn more about the wines you’re tasting, the vintages and the vineyards.
Our guides are local experts…some tour companies hire drivers, but we hire tour guides with expertise in customer service, local history and the inside scoop on the more than 200 wineries in and around Paso Robles. Our guides are skilled communicators who listen to what you like and who can help you discover new wines that suit your palate.
The winter vineyard views are spectacular…it’s hard to beat a sweeping panoramic vineyard view any time of the year, but the stark beauty of the vineyard against the winter sky is nothing short of fabulous. It’s also the perfect time of year to enjoy the wildlife, whether a herd of deer on the distance hills, scampering jack rabbits or the lone Red Tail Hawk circling the perimeter.