photo of the el pomar district of Paso Robles, CA

El Pomar District

The heart of the East side of Paso Robles, the El Pomar District sits just east of the cool, windswept Templeton Gap, making it one of the cooler grape-growing districts on Paso’s East side. With over 2000 acres of vines planted across its 21,300 total acres, it is also one of the most sought-after and densely planted sub-AVAs in Paso Robles. El Pomar’s sun-dappled rolling hills and dry river beds of shaly loam, alkaline clay, granite and sandstone allow PasoSecco to grow the ideal Grenache Blanc for The Best Bubbles in Paso, slowly bringing our grapes to ripeness while keeping the acid levels bright and fresh and aromatics high. For our needs, it is an ideal juncture of terroir and wine.