Bold character derived from stubborn patience. This is how we describe the wines from Paso Creek. As you head east from the small town of Paso Robles, into the heart of California’s Central Coast, the hills roll a little more gently and the warm, dry air gives them a golden tint in the summer. The temperature goes up and the pace slows down. This community houses a curious combination of cattle ranches, vineyards, wide-open spaces, and eclectic art studios. This is a winegrowing region like few others in California, or the world, for that matter. And it’s where Paso Creek makes its stand in pursuit of the bold, brash flavors that have given Paso Robles its reputation as a (both literally and figuratively) “hot” new region for Zinfandel and Bordeaux varietals.