On the Road with The Wine Wrangler: Field Recordings

On The Road with The Wine Wrangler: Field Recording
Paso Robles was named the Wine Region of the Year by Wine Enthusiast in 2013 and ever since, it’s been a favorite destination for wine lovers far and wide, and with good reason, with over 200 wineries in the area, the wine tasting possibilities are endless. While many of our visitors enjoy tasting throughout Paso Robles Wine Country, The Wine Wrangler also offers tours to the Santa Ynez and Edna Valley, as well as to north in Monterrey County.

One of our favorite tasting rooms that we enjoy sharing with our Wine Wrangler guests is located in Paso Robles. The manifestation of a passion for wine—from the vine to the bottle—Field Recordings is the creative product of 35 year old winemaker and vine nursey fieldman, Andrew Jones. In his work as a vine nursey fieldman—planting and managing vines—Jones is given a shot at small lots of their best fruit. The rest is pure magic.

Field Recordings focuses on 3 labels:

Wonderwall: Pinots and Chardonnays from extreme coastal areas

Alloy Wine Works: A fun—and delicious—line of varietals ‘bottled’ in Tall Boy cans

FICTION: The original label that includes both reds and whites from multiple vineyards and multiple varietals

Field Recordings utilizes fruit from 4 vineyard locations:

Jurassic Park in the Santa Ynez Valley, Koligan in Paso Robles, Old Potrero from the Arroyo Grande Valley, and Spanish Springs from the Edna Valley.

Book a wine tasting tour with The Wine Wrangler and let us take you wine tasting to Field Recordings and other great wineries in Paso Robles Wine Country and all long California’s Central Coast. In addition, The Wine Wrangler offers wine tasting tours throughout Santa Ynez, Edna Valley, Carmel Valley, Santa Lucia Highlands, Santa Maria Valley—or anywhere in California. Our wine tasting tours are highly rated as the best in the area and we pride ourselves on top-notch customer service, including drivers who are knowledgeable about both the wineries and the local history.