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Hundreds gather for Rhone Rangers wine tasting 

Ciera and Mark Adams of Ledge Vineyards.

Nearly 150 wines from more than 55 members of the Paso Robles Rhone Rangers were poured to hundreds of guests Sunday afternoon at the Rhone Rangers Grand Tasting.

The line-up of wines included top Rhone-style single varietals and the best local Rhone blends. This year, the local Rhone Rangers welcomed a delegation of wineries from key Rhone Rangers chapters outside Paso Robles.

The event was held Sunday from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Rava Wines on Creston Road, east of Paso Robles. Ticket sales were capped at 400 guests.

Rhone-style wines originate from the wines made in the Rhone Valley in France. Popular varities include Rhone-style reds like syrah, grenache, and mourvedre; and Rhone-style whites like marsanne, viognier, and picpoul.

 

Marc Laderriere

Marc Laderriere pours a selection of wines from Hearst Ranch Winery.

Jackie Gleason

Jackie Gleason, at right, offers a taste of one of her wines from Four Lantern Winery.

Sarah Harris pours Vina Robles’ wines.

Edgar Torres of Bodega de Edgar.

Winemaker Drew Nenow of Onx Wines.

Check out our Paso Robles Wine Tasting guide

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