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Paso Robles AVA Spotlight 


Each of the 11 districts within the Paso Robles American Viticulture Area (AVA) stand out for their individual climate, unique soil, and geographic terrain.


The Creston District, for example, tends to be warmer than neighboring districts and spans a plateau at the base of the La Panza Range with medium to high elevation. The fertile alluvial soil contains both granite and sedimentary rock. You'll find a wide number of Bordeaux and Rhône varieties thrive here.





— The Creston District averages about 11 inches of rainfall per year.


— The average diurnal temperature can swing 25-35 degrees or more.


— Creston District is an ideal environment to grow Cabernet Sauvignon. 



August Ridge Vineyards


Shadow Run Vineyards & Winery


Chateau Margene


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How is Your Vine and Row Spacing Impacting Your ROI?


When planting a new vineyard, your vine and row spacing impacts your capital costs, ongoing farming costs, varietal selection, fruit quality and ultimate ROI. While there are many spacing options,  two common options in California coastal winegrowing regions are  8’ x 4’ and  6’ x 4’.


Compare your options and learn how to make the most of your investment with this FREE ARTICLE from our friends at Vineyard Professional Services.








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