What we bought:


2014 Viognier
2013 Grenache
(92% Grenache, 4% Syrah, 4% Mourvedre)
2013 Dirt Worshipper
(99% Syrah, 1% Roussanne)  #flightfavorite

The third and last winery of the day on this last trip was Denner, which we had heard so many good things about, so we were very excited. On a side note, we feel that three wineries a day is the magic number for a truly enjoyable wine tasting experience.

 All of the wines were

Denner is very beautiful. The exterior of their tasting room is very cool looking with all its modern architecture. From the outside, it looks very grandiose, but inside it is small-to-medium in size, and pretty cozy. It was a lovely day, sot we opted for the great outdoor seating, which looked out upon the Paso hills.

You get to take your time with each winery without having to scramble to your next appointment.  Also, no Wine Host wants to hear “you're our 6th winery today!”, because that means either:

A.) you’re sloshed, or B.) your pallet is DONE and you won’t enjoy the wines! Honestly, there’s

pairings with the next five reds, which included their flagship, "Ditch Digger." Oh, and of course we had to backtrack and revisit the Viognier just so that we

drinking beautifully and it was definitely the perfect way to end our Wine Problems daily adventure.

Our wine host was Claire, and she is a level one Sommelier. We started our tasting with a lovely Viognier, which was quite refreshing!  Then, Claire mentioned that they have a cheese pairing plate. Yes please! She brought out this great assortment of cheeses, olives, almonds, and we opted for a side of crackers. This also came with a "wine pairing map", which was specific to Denner wines, and showed you which cheese to pair with each wine- it was fantastic! I love a good wine and cheese pairing. We then went through the rest of the flight, giddy to do the

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could try that pairing!

Denner Vineyards-

Claire

nothing wrong with pacing yourself.

What we tasted:


2014 Viognier
2013 Grenache
(92% Grenache, 4% Syrah, 4% Mourvedre)
2013 Syrah
2013 Ditch Digger
(50% Grenache, 25% Mourvedre, 15% Syrah, 5% Cinsault, 5% Counoise)  2013 Dirt Worshipper (99% Syrah, 1% Roussanne)   
2013 Mother Of Exiles
(65% Cabernet, 30% Petite Verdot, 5% Merlot)