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In the spirit of sustainable agriculture, L'Aventure winery runs on solar power. "My favorite thing about the solar panels is that we are decreasing our impact on the environment, and this is a big part of sustainable agriculture," says Dave DeBusk, vineyard manager. Sustainable agriculture relies on the principle that we must meet the needs of the present, without compromising the future. Solar power is the most reliable and environmentally friendly form of energy available. Our panels are producing clean, renewable energy, and any extra power produced will go directly back into the grid. In addition to providing for the winery, we produce enough energy to power 5-7 homes here in Paso Robles!
Paso Robles, CA
Phone: (805) 227-1588
Website: http://www.laventurewinery.com
Appellation: Paso Robles
Tasting Room: Open Thurs.-Sun. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. or by appointment
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Roussanne
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2006 L'Aventure Estate Roussanne
Paso Robles

The color is bright straw. Aromas of honey, ripe melon, and white fruit are followed by a crisp attack on the palate of peaches and pears. Tightly wound yet elongated in the mouth, ... more with a mineral finish. This is an elegant and complex wine, available to Club L’Aventure members only. 150 cases produced.
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Other Red
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2005 L'Aventure Optimus
Paso Robles

Cépage; 51% Syrah, 44% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Petit Verdot. Deep ruby, center to edges, and a classic Optimus nose of cassis, blueberry, and cola. Broad on the palate are tar, leat ... moreher, dark berries, and licorice. Long, delicious, Optimus. It’s a shame that this wine is overshadowed by Estate Cuvee. It is incredibly complex and elegant. Not chopped liver! The good news; 4,000 cases produced!
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2005 L'Aventure Estate Cuveé
Paso Robles

Cépage: 52% Syrah, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Petit Verdot. Deep Ruby color, with intense aromas of blueberries, leather, tea leaf, anise and so much more! The complexity of aromas ... more and flavors of this wine are myriad, and require some time to unfold. Enjoy half of the bottle, cork it, come back two days later, and pick –up the licorice, litchi nut, acacia, pomegranate and so much more! Elegant, powerful, soft and extremely complex. Fewer than 2,000 6-pack cases produced.
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Syrah
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2003 L'Aventure Syrah
Paso Robles

Soft aromas of raspberry, tea leaf, pepper, leather and spice make this the most elegant and classic L'Aventure syrah to date. Delicate berry and violet flavors are buoyed by licor ... moreice and pepper on the palate. This wine will be a welcomed foil to grilled veggies and fish, as well as to barbecued chicken. And it's heaven with mushroom risotto!
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Syrah
CAW Rating: 94
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2002 L'Aventure Syrah
Paso Robles

A deep, dark wine, with purple tints, L'Aventure Syrah has a rich, complex nose of pepper and violets. An aggressive attack on the palate is sustained by significant tannins, with ... morenotes of blueberry, pepper and violet in the long finish. Soft and drinkable now, this wine will cellar well up to a decade.

Updated on July 10, 2007

CrazyAboutWine recommends contacting L’Aventure at http://www.laventurewinery.com or calling (805) 227-1588 to verify the winery's location.

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