Paso Robles

An established region seeks a new identity built on Rhône varieties
Daniel Sogg
Issue: June 15, 2006

Frenchmen do strange things in Paso Robles. François Perrin, co-owner of Tablas Creek Winery in the hills west of town and of Château Beaucastel in France's Rhône Valley, just licked a chunk of limestone.

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